For a starting company in the installation of outdoor solar technology for public spaces, i'm looking for supplier of flexible photovoltaic foils, if possible produced continuesly, or in long lengths. Who knows suppliers of such foils?+9 Other Responses
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first solar, the largest u.S. Solar-panel maker, is boosting its efforts to install systems at industrial sites and warehouses as utilities demand smaller solar farms. Pursuing smaller projects and customer-sited systems may increase sales as much as 36 percent over the next three years, chief executive officer jim hughes said at an analyst event in new york yesterday.
The company got 65 percent of its 2013 sales from selling large solar farms to utilities, a market that's slowing in the u.S. As power companies meet state requirements and don't need to buy more solar energy. Hughes is seeking deals in other regions including saudi arabia, india and south america, and also expects higher demand in the u.S. From commercial and industrial rooftops.
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Solar (pv) Design
Maybe some work would be done at premises, but most work would involve regular electronic meetings via skype or other means. We seek an expert in full design details, for shadowing effects, cad layout, system configurations, etc. To support other experts we have. Needs to be an experienced engineer, good writing skills, understands details in design, and can run models. Project is not in the us, so must have access to worldwide solar data. Seek predominantly an expert overseas, say in india, pakistan, or indonesia. This does not preclude us, eu, and canada, for example. Project work would be for approximately 3 month period, part time. Really need highly skilled expert. Pv size on order of 100 mw dc. Must be experienced design engineer, preferably a registered professional engineer or its equivalent, with certifications. Again, not necessarily required, but desired.+7 Other Responses