Kristian Hanelt of Clean Power Finance talks about two recent SunShot Initiative grants that are expected to connect projects to financing, and what new financial tools are ahead for the U.S. solar industry.
Roger Little, Chariman and CEO of Spire Corporation, discusses Spire's turnkey factories for creating modules from solar cells, serving worlwide markets to regional markets.
Mike Grunow, Trina Solar's Marketing Director for the Americas, introduces TrinaSmart, the next generation of Trina panels with integrated power electronics, and TrinaMount Solution.
Marketing Director Brian Armentrout discusses worldwide projects that the company is involved in, and introduces ReneSola's new 60- and 72-cell poly- and mono-modules and new Virtus line, now available to North and South American markets.
Nancy Hartsoch, VP of Marketing and Business Development, discusses projects that SolFocus is currently involved in, such as university testing for their CPV systems and a 450 MW project in Tecate, Mexico.
Ken Harrison, President of GNB Corporation, introduces GNB's vacuum chambers and valves. Eric Raymond, Engineering Supervisor at GNB, discusses their wedge-gate pendulum valves, slit valves, custom designed valves, and angle valves.
Unirac leads the PV mounting market with industry-leading technology and a breadth of product solutions and services designed to meet the needs of any type of solar installation. Juan Suarez presented SME and spoke about AC428 and its benefits.
John Robbins of Areva Solar points to the key global regions where resources and strong policies could open the door to new markets for concentrating solar power.
China recently introduced plans to quadruple its domestic market to 21 GW by 2015. Solarbuzz analyst Wolfgang Schlichting discusses whether than is an achievable goal, what challenges lie ahead and whether international companies will find a receptiv
As far as Solon’s David Goldman is concerned, the solar market is growing nicely.