Intersolar Europe 2011 blogs
Good that comes from bad - Fukoshima
Another clear buzz word this year: Fukoshima.
INTERSOLAR 2011- the beginning of a solar revolution
Today was the beginning of the Intersolar 2011 in Munich, Germany. On the way to, and at the entrance of the fair, I came across a fact that is relevant to me: many young students walking in groups to visit a fair whose theme is...
Heard it through the grapevine - Intersolar buzzwords
The sun may not be shinning over Intersolar during this first day, but the band singing “Bright Sunshinny Day” did put a smile on the faces of the participants arriving by metro – a good start!
Innovations in PV inverters
The photovoltaic industry has evolved rapidly over the past few years from being a residential- or commercial-scale solution to a utility-scale solution.
Win conference tickets!
Read on to discover how you can win a pair of tickets to the Solarpraxis conference of your choice.
Prior to becoming Secretary General of the Alliance for Rural Electrification, Simon Rolland was its policy and development manager for four years. Before that, he worked at the European Parliament, and for a number of different NGOs.
Kleber Facchini is the business development manager, Utility Solar for American Superconductor Corp. (AMSC). He joined AMSC in 2008, as the principal applications engineer working on the power electronics products of the company and its applications, including wind, energy storage, marine and solar projects. Prior to this, he worked for Northern Power Systems on R&D for power electronics applications, most significantly leading the redesign and cost reduction effort of the power conversion system of a 100 kW wind turbine.
Innotech Solar’s execution vice president for power plants, Robert Kröni, has served the PV industry for over 25 years. His previous positions include CEO of Edisun Power Group, and partner and project manager for Enecolo AG. He has been setting up PV plants since 1989.
Michael Levi is the senior director of worldwide marketing for Satcon Technologies Corporation. With over 15 years of experience in sales and marketing leadership, Michael has been a central part of Satcon’s global expansion in the large-scale inverter marketplace. Prior to joining the company, he held increasingly senior roles within the high technology industry, including director of solutions strategy at i2 Technologies and director of product marketing at RiverOne Technologies.