Atlantis Energy Named World Building-Integrated PV Niche Player of the Year

February 7, 2010 at 9:50 pm Leave a comment


The Frost & Sullivan ‘2009 World Building-Integrated Photovoltaic Niche Player of the Year Award’ was presented to Lumen Solar LLC partner Atlantis Energy Systems (AES), a leading technology development and manufacturing company in Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) products. The award is in recognition of the company’s successful initiatives in entering a niche market with innovative and user friendly solutions, understanding the needs of the customers and providing solutions, blending innovative developments, years of experience, superior quality, and service. The company’s offering of unmatched BIPV and solar roofing solutions has been the basis on which it has been recognized as the originator of BIPV, and continues to be one of the leaders in the market.

The company’s flagship product, SUNSLATES™, launched in 1998, and is a complete solar electric roofing tile system. It is the only product of its type that offers a roof warranty. Quality performance coupled with aesthetic design is the hallmark of AES’s BIPV products. Apart from its existing array of solar products, AES continues to develop innovative sustainable energy harvesting products through its research and development process.

Visit to find out more about AES in Hawaii!


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