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New Home Enters Partnership with ET Solar Group for Distribution of Solar Panels

New Home Green Materials and Learning Center is proud to announce its new collaborative relationship with ET Solar Group Corp ("ET Solar"), one of the top providers of photovoltaic systems in the world today.

New Home, a soon-to-launch California-based chain of green home improvement superstores, is emerging as a leader in photovoltaic materials distribution with a unique partner approach for small to medium sized installers and contractors. With 39 categories of green materials, it offers one-stop shopping for installers.

"I'm excited about the new relationship between New Home and ET Solar," said New Home CEO and founder Rich Rifkin. "From what I've seen, ET is a solid company with a high quality product which our customers demand as a defense against some of the well-known lower performing products on the market."

ET Solar is a Nanjing-based vertical integrated manufacturer of photovoltaic ("PV") products (ingot, wafer, modules and tracking systems) and solar power solutions provider. ET Solar's projects range across the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Africa. ET's high-power solar panels of 275 to 280 watts makes them a more economically viable choice for commercial installation because they are more cost-effective; requiring less labor and supplies. Their black frame modules can meet aesthetic requirements for residential and smaller commercial applications.

"New Home offers a very unique business model at the right moment in time. This exciting new retail concept will really give consumers a chance to do their share to help reduce their climate impact. We are very happy to be part of this effort as a supplier," said ET Vice President Linhui Sui PhD.

New Home is pleased to offer ET's excellent panels and tracking systems as one of our inaugural product lines in the launch of our renewable energy division.


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