Evergreen Solar Addresses Blackout on CNBC TV

Evergreen Solar, a developer, marketer, and manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) products, is scheduled to appear today on an alternative energy report on CNBC TV during the “Squawk Box” and “Power Lunch” shows.

Marlboro, Massachusetts – August 20, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] “Events such as last week’s power outage in the Northeast contribute to interest in our Company and the solar industry’s thirty-plus percent growth rate in recent years,” Mark Farber, President and CEO said. CNBC visited Evergreen Solar’s Marlboro, Massachusetts headquarters, interviewed Farber, and taped footage of the company’s manufacturing line, including its String Ribbon technology that conserves raw material and energy consumption in its solar cell manufacturing process. Footage was also taped at residential and commercial solar panel installations in the Boston area. “It was a great opportunity to discuss the key differentiators of Evergreen’s Solar’s strategy including our singular focus on producing solar power products for commercial and residential use around the world,” said Farber. “They videotaped our newest String Ribbon furnaces, which double the output of our first-generation furnaces and help fuel our capacity expansion program.” The solar energy segment is scheduled to air today on “Squawk Box” between 7:00 am EDT and 10:00 am EDT and on “Power Lunch” between 12:00 pm EDT and 2:00 pm EDT.


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