29 February 2012

OPEL selected for second year as member of TSX Venture 50

OPEL Technologies Inc of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which makes photovoltaic (PV) panels and solar tracker systems through its subsidiary OPEL Solar Inc and develops III-V semiconductor devices and processes through US affiliate OPEL Defense Integrated Systems (ODIS Inc) of Shelton, CT, has been selected for the second time as a member of the ‘TSX Venture 50’, a ranking of strongly performing companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.

The 2012 TSX Venture 50 consists of ten firms from each of five sectors: Clean Technology, Mining, Oil & Gas, Diversified Industries, and Technology & Life Sciences. The 50 companies 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.

“As a technology company that consistently advances its solar and semiconductor businesses, OPEL is proud to again be a member of this elite group of companies on the TSX Venture Exchange,” says OPEL Technologies’ CEO Leon M. Pierhal. “Capitalizing on innovation and new market opportunities for solar technology and our state-of-the-art semiconductor POET [Planar Optoelectronic Technology] process continues to drive our success,” he adds. “As technological strides and economic developments in both businesses continue to be achieved, we will proceed to quantify and verify each breakthrough or event.”

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