AMES, Iowa | PowerFilm —
PowerFilm announced the unveiling of their new LightSaver product line at the summer 2015 Outdoor Retail Market scheduled to take place from August 5th through the 8th in Salt Lake City, Utah. A team of PowerFilm employees, including the founder and CEO, Frank Jeffrey, will be on hand and ready to answer questions about the new product line which includes the LightSaver, LightSaver Pocket and LightSaver Maxx.

Individuals interested in the products will find them available for viewing at PowerFilm’s booth BR727, located in the ball room of the Salt Palace. In addition, PowerFilm will be providing a sneak preview of its new, innovative products during a pre-show media event sponsored by the Outdoor Retailer Market.

PowerFilm’s LightSaver products are durable, compact and lightweight and are part of a solar charging system. The smallest product in the line is the LightSaver Pocket which weighs a mere 3.5 ounces with a 2.8 Ah USB charger and is perfect for charging cell phones, tablets, MP3 players, camera batteries, GoPros®, GPS systems, etc. It features 1 USB Output and a multi-color (red/Green) LED that indicates percent of charge. The LightSaver weighs slightly more than the Pocket version at 4.7 ounces but packs more power at 3.2 Ah and twice the solar. Like the LightSaver Pocket, the standard LightSaver has 1 USB output and a multi-color LED that indicates percent of battery charge. It is perfect for charging the same items the Pocket will, but provides more bang for the buck from the solar panel. Loaded with 16Ah of power, the LightSaver Maxx comes in at a mere 1 lb in weight. The Maxx takes the basic functionality of the LightSaver but increases the battery capacity and adds a high power output for higher draw electronics such as laptops.

CEO and Founder, Frank Jeffrey, shares his excitement over the new LightSaver line saying, “PowerFilm is pleased to produce this new line of innovative products. These products will meet the increased needs of consumers for remote power by providing new dimensions in usability–reducing weight and packing volume by a factor of 4 compared to current available systems.”

To learn more about PowerFilm and their thin-film flexible solar panels, contact Julia Stone at 515-292-7606 Ext. 116, [email protected] or visit www.powerfilmsolar.com.

About PowerFilm

PowerFilm, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of thin, flexible solar panels based on a proprietary production process. The company’s objective is to target portable and remote solar power applications and the government and military markets. PowerFilm is focused on creation of complete solar solutions using select partner organizations in markets that possess the branding and distribution to drive products to market. PowerFilm is based in Ames, Iowa, United States.

PowerFilm was founded in 1988 by Dr. Frank Jeffrey and Dr. Derrick Grimmer, both former 3M research physicists, with a combined 65 years of experience in semiconductor and solar energy research and development.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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