Sunrise Eyes Solar Consumer Products

Moresco, Justin
September 2008
Red Herring;9/2/2008, p3
Trade Publication
The article unveils the plan of Sunrise Solar to market solar cell-toting consumer products like light-emitting walkway bricks, power-generating sunroofs and phone chargers. The plan is related to the potential market seen by entrepreneurs in solar energy-powered consumer products. According to Eddie Austin, chairman and chief executive of Sunrise Solar, solar power is becoming a cost-effective technology preferred by consumers.


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