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Photovoltaic Foil

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?

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    Juraj |Research Fellow

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    Frank |Project Manager

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    Terence |Managing Director /Senior consultant.

    Hi I am able to supply advanced PV foil technology as used by NASSA. First we need to discuss the pr...

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Solar Panel

Hi zintro expert, the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to hear from you within the next couple of days. While we'd love your thoughts, we realize that your time is valuable, so here are a couple of things you need to know before deciding whether or not to participate: replies should be brief about 1-2 paragraphs and include your full name participation is voluntary no payment will be involved if chosen, you'll be named in the post and we'll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ here's the topic on which we'â™d love your thoughts: 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. What are your thoughts about first solar's efforts? Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send us your response via znotes within a couple of days. Don't forget to include your full name. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you! the zintro blog team

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    Anco |President & CTO

    First Solar has two problems: 1. Their CdTe PV modules contain significant amount of toxic, carcinog...

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    Mike |President, Professional Engineer

    There is a huge potential market out there for just this kind of installation (and these are the kin...

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    Suresh |CEO

    The Solar scenario in India is surging forward and the ***** set to reach 5000 MW in anoth...

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Solar Energy

I am doing a project on solar energy and would like some research information on further developments, brands and how photovoltaic cells work.

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    PERLA |Consultant

    Hai i can give you ***** the solar PV panels and other research developments etc - no consu...

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    Joon |Project Engineer

    Hi Sir/Madam, The industry is changing rapidly, you might need to be a little more specific. The so...

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    Gerard |Principal

    Hello, I will send you a few links. How photovoltaic cells work, *****iki/Sola...

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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.

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    Dallas |Consultant

    Dear Sacsage, This is a role my partner and I can effectively fill. We have the engineering and desi...

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    Bart |Director

    My experience in PV Solar is extensive. I have developed and implemented and designed 100M€ worth of...

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    SHOBHAN |Chief Communications Engineer

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Solar Energy

Hi zintro expert, the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to include your point of view. We realize your time is valuable, so here is a brief summary of what we are looking for: *a brief answer to the prompt about 1-2 paragraphs including your full name *participation is voluntary no payment will be involved *if chosen, you will be named in the post and we'll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ topic and prompt solar energy the renewables infrastructure group (trig) ltd. Agreed to buy three u.K. Solar farms from a venture between british solar renewables ltd. And banco santander sa. (san) the photovoltaic farms total 56.6 megawatts of generation capacity and are valued at 73.7 million pounds ($124 million), the group said today in an e-mailed statement. The final amount to be paid depends on the performance of the plants, it said. “these three large scale solar projects nearly double the generating capacity of trig’s solar pv portfolio,” said richard crawford, a partner at the group’s investment manager infrared capital partners. The three sites are a 24.2-megawatt plant at parley court farm, dorset, a 21.2-megawatt plant at egmere airfield, norfolk and an 11.1-megawatt project at penare farm, cornwall. All three were built by spain’s grupo isolux corsan sa, which will continue to operate and maintain them. Their panels are all from renesola ltd. Trig said it funded the purchase partly from cash and partly through using a revolving acquisition facility from which it has now drawn about 40 million pounds. What are your thoughts about the announcement? Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send a response to the prompt via znotes within 1-2 days. Don't forget to include your full name. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you! the zintro blog team

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    Bruce |CEO

    It is a bit hard to comment without knowing if the 56.6MW is the nominal or feed in capacity and the...

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    Michael |General Manager

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    Sobhan Babu |Team Leader - Energy Engineer

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Thermoelectric Device

Need thermoelectrical experts, our team has developed planar solar concentrator which can be used to produce electricity using seeback effect we need to figure out is our device viable solution for the application and how to commercialize it

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    Myron |Senior Power Systems Consultant

    I have extensive experience in design and ***** the area of off-grid solar. I have worked ...

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    Bert |CTO

    Probably won't work. Maintaining sufficient delta T for thermo-electrics ends up making most of thes...

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    Agostinho |Principal consultant

    We can also discuss this one as we have also experience in solar thermal including csp. Best regard...

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Gcc Solar Pv C&i And Solar-diesel Hybrid Market

We are looking for the following data: 1. Size of the gcc solar pv commercial and industrial market and the diesel replacement solar-diesel hybrid market -> specifically the segment related to rooftop solar market focusing on the following countries: uae – various emirates (excluding dubai) ksa oman qatar kuwait bahrain iraq jordan egypt 2. Electrical capacity footprint of each market 3. Some qualitative data on the suitability of the grid to adopt solar systems 4. Prevailing electricity rates, bank lending rates (commercial loans rate %) 5. Inventorize and describe the solar schemes available or in process at the various gcc markets. 6. Describe the authorities set-up + their application process 7. List the legislation applicable in each country if any (in case of uae – each emirates 8. Tax incentives if any 9. Duty structure for supply of solar components 10. List the targets set for rooftop solar in each market + timeline 11. Business models active in the market and rating on popularity 12. Lease / epc / … 13. Size of market lease / epc 14. Map & quantify the client potential for commercial and industrial solar segment and the more relevant segments/ clients willing to adopt solar systems 15. Market projections yoy till 2024 per market a. Market size for c&i in each country in value and volume b. Market price for systems: below 1000kwp = 1mwp above 1000kwp = 1mwp above 3000mwp 16. Most popular component brands used per country (top 3) of pv panels, pv inverters, mounting structure, switchgear companies, dc cables, ac cables main client sectors adapting solar systems 17. Can be from other more researched worldwide -> which sectors of industry / commerce are the fastest to adapt solar rooftop systems 18. Main drivers for clients to adapt solar 19. Cost? Csr? …? 20. Map the commercial and industry sectors that are consuming a high level of electricity in their operations: (eg: food processing industries due to chilling / cooling and 24 hour operation, printing industries due to 24/7 operation, big box movers, logistics sectors….) 21. Map facilities belonging to fortune 500 companies in the gulf 22. Map the main industrial parks in the different countries and provide top 10 most suitable rooftops in these estates 23. Map the key clients with contact numbers in each segment of industry willing to adapt solar market & segments attractiveness

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    Jacques |Owner

    I am specialized within the country of Indonesia...

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Cpv

Need experts in field of cpv. Theromelectricity, photocatalysis, water desalination we have planar solar concetntrator prototype with 85% efficiency here, trying to find commercialization solutions

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    Agostinho |Principal consultant

    Dear Sir, My name is Agostinho Miguel Garcia, more than 15 years in solar and renewable energies, wi...

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    Ahmed |Solar Energy Consultant - PV solar energ

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    Anco |President & CTO

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India Solar Power Plants

Seeking foreign investors for government approved and subsidized roof top solar power plants in various parts of india. Projects are duly approved from regulatory body inviting various government subsidies and other benefits. Advantage to investors: secured project with guaranteed more than market rates return 100% risk free investment with full principal, returns and other benefits guaranteed. Opportunity for companies, organisations and institutions looking for csr activities. Please get in touch with me for further details. Contact me via zintro. Kind regards vaibhav

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    Siddhartha |Vice President Solar

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    Hi Vaibhav, I am working with a Global Management consulting company and based out of Bangalore. We ...

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Solar Farm

Hi there, my name is eric, i am really inspired by sustainable energy and i have a passion of starting up a solar farm in botswana but i do not have much knowledge as to how much start up capital i need to raise because i believe it will determined by the size and capacity of the facility i want to make. I would like to kindly request for some advises and insights as to what i should look out for in my research for this start-up. Kind regards, eric

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    Erik |Principal at

    Eric, Let us start with a little more detail on how your Solar Farm would be used. Is it your intent...

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    Amitava |Chief Consultant & Proprietor

    I have been advising a client on setting up a solar PV power plant and have understood the subject....

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    Phil |Director Of Business Development

    My solar experience ranges from residential to *****ercial projects. I have bid and prepare...

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Solar Energy

Have a simple but interesting project that i need help on. I am making a bus/rv that should be self sufficient on solar power. I will have 12 - 14 solar panels mounted on top of the bus, 18 x trojan t105s to start with, a 200 amp sophisticated dc charging (butane) system with 300 watt modified sine inverter. I need advise on how to hook everything up and properly monitor it. All of above is already purchased.

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    Bozhidar |Expert in large-scale projects

    Look up "Electric cars from Isperih, Bulgaria" This Bulgarian company can help you a lot. BEst Reg...

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    Charles |CEO

    Please contact me....

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    Deepak |Consultant

    send exact details on solar panel (specs), charge controller specs, inverter specs. did you purchase...

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Alternative Energy Market Predictions

Alternative energy market predictions contribute to the zintro blog! i write the zintro blog. I am looking for your expert opinion on the question below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs long. Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro site. If you are interested, please send me your response via znotes in the next day or two. Question: we are looking for experts to give us their predictions for the alternative energy market for 2012. What can we expect to see in the coming year: anything from green building to wind farms to solar energy? What will be some defining issues? Your contribution is voluntary (there is no payment involved). If your contribution is used, you will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. This provides you with a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published. Here is a sample blog http://blog.Zintro.Com/2011/12/07/more-on-for-profit-universities/ if you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you! maureen aylward

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    ohene |Director

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    Hal |CEO & Owner

    I haven't a clue as to what will happen. Actions like SDGE seeking a network use charge from solar o...

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    Mark |President/Owner

    Hello Maureen- I am actively involved and employed as a consultant in the Wave Energy field if you w...

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also known as Solar thermal energy (STE) is a technology for harnessing solar energy for thermal energy (heat). Solar thermal collectors are defined as low-, medium-, or high-temperature collectors. Low temperature collectors are flat plates generally used to heat swimming pools. Medium-temperature collectors are also usually flat plates but are used for creating hot water for residential and commercial use. High temperature collectors concentrate sunlight using mirrors or lenses and are generally used for electric power production. STE is different from photovoltaics, which convert solar energy directly into electricity.

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