26 February 2011

OPEL Solar designated a member of 2011 TSX Venture 50

OPEL Solar International Inc of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which makes high-concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) panels (as well as both roof- and ground-based solar trackers for mounting them), has been made a member of the ‘2011 TSX Venture 50’, a ranking of strongly performing firms listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange’s TSX Venture Exchange.

The 2011 TSX Venture 50 consists of ten companies from each of five sectors: Clean Technology, Mining, Oil & Gas, Diversified Industries, and Technology & Life Sciences. The firms were chosen on the basis of the following criteria (with equal weighting assigned to each): share price appreciation, trading volume, market capitalization growth, and analyst coverage. “Each company is a rising star of Canada’s capital markets,” comments TSX Venture Exchange’s president John McCoach.

“OPEL Solar is proud to be a member of this elite group of companies on the TSX Venture Exchange,” says the firm’s CEO Leon M. Pierhal. “Capitalizing on innovation and new market opportunities for solar technology continues to drive our success at OPEL Solar, and we look forward to expanding our offering to additional consumer, commercial and industrial applications.”

At a conference on 31 March at The TMX Broadcast Centre in Toronto, Ontario, awards will be presented to the Top 50 companies, and brief presentations will be made by representatives from the top firm in each sector. The event will also feature a panel of sector analysts to discuss recent industry trends.

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