Solar Bankers is negotiating with Condor Electronics, the biggest company of electronic devices in Algeria, over the setup of a solar photovoltaic value chain.
By Carlo Maragliano, Ph.D., Head of R&D. Given worldwide solar cell overproduction and consequent drops in solar energy prices, solar manufacturing companies are struggling to survive due to sensible profit reductions. In this scenario, a revision in solar module technology is required to achieve lower production costs and therefore securing […]
Solar Bankers was invited to present its solar modules at the Power Gen Asia event held in Seoul, Korea. Here you can download our conference proceeding.
Equatorial and sub-equatorial regions have a great potential when it comes to solar energy generation. As such areas are characterized by very high annual solar irradiances, it was estimated that solar modules installed in these regions could potentially produce 50% more energy compared to what they would otherwise generate if […]
By Carlo Maragliano, Ph.D., Head of R&D. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has become, in the last few years, the favorite target for solar renewable energy companies all over the world. The reason is straightforward: the region has the highest access to sunlight throughout the year when […]
Solar Bankers received the first approval from the Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority to open a manufacturing facility of its optical film in Kuwait.
Solar Bankers presented its revolutionary solar photovoltaic technology in Kuwait. The presentation received coverage in the local press. Read More
Solar Bankers is negotiating with the Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority (KDIPA) over the development of solar module assembly facility in the GCC country.
Solar Bankers visited Masdar City to discuss investment opportunities in the UAE. Mr. Jost and Dr. Maragliano spoke about their technology with Dr. Steve Griffiths, vice president for Research in Masdar City, and Dr. Alexander Ritschel, responsible for Masdar Solar Hub.
Solar Bankers visited the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the prestigious technology-oriented American University, to discuss possible collaborations. Mr. Jost and Dr. Maragliano were welcomed by Dr. Jurgen Michel, Senior Research Scientist at the Electronic Materials Research Group in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.