The Solar industry is engaged in an intense technology race to produce the most efficient solar cells. This solar efficiency race has intensified as a response to the declining price of crystalline silicon modules and panels from China. More efficient solar cells justify a higher panel price.
- How does efficiency affect the ROI over the life of the panel for the solar consumer?
- Are the solar manufacturers investing in the right technology to win the race?
- Does the winner in this efficiency race win the competition for consumer dollars?
- Are there other winning strategies and approaches?
Thursday, March 7, 2013 ~ Time to Register!
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm Networking and Check-in
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Presentation
SEMI Building "Main Entrance"
SolarTech Conference Center
3081 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA 95134
ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE Only $6.50 or $10 at the door
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About the Speaker
Sudip Mukhopadhyay trained as a chemical engineer in India, Israel and Berkeley, where he invented free-radical initiated methane activation chemistry at or near room temperature to liquid fuels. He joined Honeywell, Buffalo Research Laboratory in 2003 and developed process options for world's first commercial Low Global Warming Potential (LGWP) refrigerant. In 2005, he moved back to California to work at the Honeywell Electronics Material R&D in Sunnyvale. Most recently, he has invented, launched and marketed SOLARC™ material for Photovoltaic (PV). Sudip's passion is to develop and market new materials for alternative energy transformation and storage. He has over 100 peer-reviewed publications and 36 granted patents.