FTL Solar, the world’s leading manufacturer of lightweight, flexible, power generating fabrics and structures integrated with thin film solar cells, today unveiled the PromoMod, a line of 20′ x 20′ commercial quality energy generating shelters developed for the advertising, marketing and product placement industries.
“The PromoMod’s 20′ x 20′ surface area is really a beautiful, power generating canvas that we can customize to display our client’s most important products and key messages,” said Cree Crawford, FTL Solar’s Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development.
“PromoMods are an ideal resource for Sports and Event Marketing enterprises, because they provide terrific value added resources,” Crawford said. “PromoMods can be deployed anywhere on earth where there is sunlight and their energy storage capabilities allow the PromoMod to be used for night time promotions, advertising and marketing campaigns.”
“The PromoMod’s clean energy-storage capabilities can provide power for lighting and LCD displays and FTL Solar will provide clients with the option of leasing PromoMod products,” Crawford said. “Our clients can’t wait to use the product and we’re taking a limited amount of orders now.”
“The PromoMod provides innovative companies with an excellent resource for large scale, environmentally progressive marketing/product placement campaigns and it demonstrates their commitment to environmentally sustainable power generation,” said Tony Saxton, CEO of FTL Solar.
The PromoMod produces sufficient energy to power an array of devices, including computers, communications devices and lighting. The PromoMod can also store solar energy for later use.
ABOUT FTL SOLAR:
FTL Solar is the world’s leading manufacturer of lightweight, flexible, power generating fabrics and structures integrated with thin film solar cells, that provide transportable, environmentally sustainable sources of power-generation and shelter. FTL Solar is an independent spin-off of FTL Design Engineering Studio, founded in 1977 by Todd Dalland. In 1998, FTL Design Engineering Studio designed and produced the world’s first tensile structure featuring thin film solar cell technologies. The Company enjoys a 30-year leadership position in the manufacture of tensile structures and has been the world’s leading provider of flexible photovoltaic fabrics since 1998.
FTL licensed product designs have generated more than $2 billion in sales. The Company has received over 50 design awards. FTL technologies have been featured on CNN, NBC Weekend Today, The Science Channel and The Discovery Channel. Discover how FTL Solar shelters and fabrics generate power that is sustainable, secure and independent at: www.ftlsolar.com.