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Phoenix Solar AG presents its own mounting systems at the Intersolar Europe in Munich


. TectoSun 3 and TectoSmart for on-roof and in-roof mounting
. Presentation of operation and maintenance services

Phoenix Solar AG (ISIN DE000A0BVU93), a leading
photovoltaic system integrator listed on the German TecDAX, will be
exhibiting TectoSun 3 and TectoSmart, its own mounting systems developed in
house, at the Intersolar Europe in Munich from 9 to 11 June 2010. Moreover,
the company will be presenting its operation and maintenance services to a
broad public for the first time.

TectoSun 3 is a newly developed successor product to the tried-and-tested
Phoenix Solar mounting systems Tecto-Sun 1 and 2. Its advantages lie in
being a mounting system simplified through pre-fabricated components, the
use of standardised tools and the fact that it requires less materials.
TectoSun 3 can be used for all standard rooftop applications. High-quality
aluminium and stainless steel components and an attractive pricing round up
the new TectoSun 3 rooftop mounting system.

TectoSmart is a clever insertion system which can be installed in roof or on
roof. As a roof-integrated solution, it functions as a substitute for
roofing over the entire area of the power plant. The installation of the
modules is floating. This can save the installer around 30 percent in terms
of mounting time. TectoSmart also enables air to circulate freely around the
solar modules which has a positive effect on yield. From a visual
standpoint, the overall impression of surface of the modules is smooth and

Both mounting systems have components which carry the RAL seal of approval
and have been certified by TÜV (German Technical Inspection Authority).

The focus of the trade fair presence from a services standpoint is the
Phoenix Control Center. Along with advisory services, planning and the
construction of photovoltaic power plants, Phoenix Solar offers an extensive
range of operation and maintenance services. Its own Phoenix Control Center
software solution monitors all plant components in real time, independent of
manufacturers, with data updates at 10-minute intervals. In the event of
failure, an employee will initiate the necessary measures without delay.
With a service agreement as a basis, Phoenix Solar contributes to enhancing
the performance of the power plant, fulfils all statutory provisions on
inspection and maintenance, thereby securing the return on the solar power
plant long term.

About Phoenix Solar AG
Phoenix Solar AG, which has its headquarters in Sulzemoos near Munich, is a
leading international photovoltaic system integrator. With total revenues of
EUR 473 million, the Group achieved an EBIT of EUR 12.2 million in the
financial year 2009. The company develops, plans, builds and takes over the
operation of large-scale photovoltaic plants and is a specialist wholesaler
for complete power plants, solar modules and accessories. The Group is a
leader in photovoltaic system technology. It focuses on the consistent
lowering of system costs. With a sales network throughout Germany, and
subsidiaries in Spain, Italy, Greece, France, Singapore, Oman and Australia,
the Group currently has a workforce of more than 300 employees. The shares
of Phoenix Solar AG (ISIN DE000A0BVU93) are listed on the official market
(Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and on the TecDAX, Deutsche
Börse AG’s technology index.


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