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Die USA wacht auf.
"Die US-amerikanische FPL Group Inc., größte Einzelproduzentin von Windenergie in den Vereinigten Staaten, will umfassend in Solarthermie investieren. Einem US-Medienbericht zufolge teilte das Unternehmen aus Juno Beach in Florida mit, in den nächsten sieben Jahren 2,4 Milliarden Dollar dafür aufwenden zu wollen. Mit veranschlagten 1,5 Milliarden Dollar soll der Schwerpunkt dabei auf der Errichtung von solarthermischen Kraftwerken in Florida und in Kalifornien liegen. " (ecoreporter.de)

Und wenn die USA erst loslegen, dann sehen wir noch ganz andere Kurse...

Sonnigen Tag
Wer sind die Favoriten auf dem US Markt?
weitere Vorschläge erwünscht:
Emcore
Sunpower
Evergreen
WWAT
und die chinesischen Werte in erster Linie
First Solar
Yingli Green
LDK
von den deutschen natürlich
Solarworld und Q-Cells
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.814.856 von omayomay am 02.10.07 11:36:07zu den chinesischen noch zu erwähnen, derzeit noch im Aufbau und mit Büro auch in Californien:
Solar Enertech (WOU)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.814.684 von omayomay am 02.10.07 11:21:06Die US-amerikanische FPL Group Inc., größte Einzelproduzentin von Windenergie in den Vereinigten Staaten, will umfassend in Solarthermie investieren
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.814.856 von omayomay am 02.10.07 11:36:07
... ich glaube Du verwechselst da was ...

"will umfassend in Solarthermie investieren"
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.815.256 von taiwandeal am 02.10.07 12:02:58Wichtig ist doch die Nachricht, dass in den USA auch konventielle Energieproduzenten verstärkt auf alternative Energien setzen.

Solarthermie oder Solarenergie aus Photovoltaik oder Windenergie oder....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.815.389 von Kaufangebot am 02.10.07 12:13:31....wenn die Deutschen das Wort "Solar" hoeren kriegen sie die Dollarzeichen in die Augen. Gier frisst Hirn..............................!!!!!!:cool::cool::cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.815.739 von raubritterloulou am 02.10.07 12:41:54Es geht doch nicht um Gier, es geht um eine realistische Einschätzung des Marktes. Und das ist was anderes.
Gierig sind doch nur die, die den Solarzug verpasst haben, weil sie den Markt falsch eingeschätzt haben und jetzt hinterherhecheln.
Aber ich meine es ist noch lange nicht zu spät, sondern gerade wieder richtig einzusteigen oder nachzufassen.
mich würde mal interessieren, ob es ein zerti oder fonds gibt, der auf alternative energien in den USA spezialisiert ist? für asien gits da ja jede menge?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.816.595 von omayomay am 02.10.07 13:43:11klar doch, gierig ist immer der andere. höhöhöhöhhöhöhahahaha.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.815.739 von raubritterloulou am 02.10.07 12:41:54Genau. Dollarzeichen in die Augen - und noch viel besser: Euroscheine ins Portemonnaie :D

Wann investiert unser Raubritter in Solar ? Oder willst Du immer nur den Anderen beim Geldverdienen zugucken ?
:keks:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.821.742 von solar-rente am 02.10.07 19:11:36...das sind also die neuen Arbeitsplaetze wo fuer 5 Euro malocht wird um Solarzellen herzustellen die, wenn in Betrieb, den allgemeinen Stromkunden zur Last gelegt werden. Alles unter dem Mantel der Oekologie.....!!! Der Produzent holt sich goldene Eier, der Arbeiter den Rest zum Lebensunterhalt vom Arbeitsamt und der Aktionaer fuehlt sich selig.........!!!!!!!
Ich hasse unethische Geldanlagen..................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:
hab mir mal die mühe gemacht und einige zusammengestellt :D;)



Photovoltaic & Solar StocksAbengoa (ABG.MC) Abengoa (Spain) is a technology company that applies innovative solutions for sustainable development in the infrastructures, environment and energy sectors. It is a listed company with treasury stock of 2.574,77 million euro (14/12/2006) and is present in more than seventy countries where it operates with its five Business Units: Solar, Bioenergy, Environmental Services, Information Technologies, and Industrial Engineering and Construction.

Akeena Solar, Inc. (AKNS.OB) Founded in 2001, Akeena Solar's (OTCBB: AKNS - News) philosophy is simple: We believe producing clean electricity directly from the sun is the right thing to do for our environment and economy. Akeena Solar has grown to become one of the largest national integrators of residential and small commercial solar power systems in the United States, serving customers directly in California, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

Aleo Solar N (AS1.DE) Aleo solar AG, (Germany) with its sales and distribution facilities in Oldenburg (Lower Saxony) and manufacturing facility in Prenzlau (Brandenburg), was founded in September 2001 and manufactures solar modules based on silicon cells. The manufacturing facility in Prenzlau has an annual capacity of 90 megawatts and is thus one of the largest solar module production sites. In 2005, the company achieved a turnover of 106.9 million euros with around 230 employees. Since July 2006, aleo solar AG (DE000A0JM634) has been listed on the Prime Standard segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. By acquiring shares in the Brandenburg-based technology company Johanna Solar Technology GmbH, aleo solar AG has gained access to the promising future of thin-film technology.

ATS Automation Tooling Systems (ATA.TO) ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. provides innovative, custom designed, built and installed manufacturing solutions to many of the world's most successful companies. Founded in 1978, ATS uses its industry-leading knowledge and global capabilities to serve the sophisticated automation systems' needs of multinational customers in healthcare, computer/electronics, automotive and consumer products. Through its solar business, ATS participates in the rapidly-growing solar energy industry. It also leverages its many years of repetitive manufacturing experience and skills to produce, in high volume, precision components and subassemblies and to answer the specialized repetitive equipment manufacturing requirements of customers

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. (ASTI) (commercializes copper-indium-gallium-diSelenide photovoltaic (PV) technology for the space and near-space markets. PV devices convert sunlight into the electricity needed to power instruments and communications systems.

BioSolar, Inc.- (OTCBB:BSRC) developing technology to produce thin film, flexible solar cells on bio-based plastic substrates (patent pending). We believe that renewable energy sources, such as solar, are likely to play a major role in satisfying the global thirst for energy. The emerging market for thin film, flexible solar cells includes building materials, outdoor power, emergency power, mobile computer and communications and other sectors.

BP Solar is a global company with over 30 years of experience and over 2000 employees focused on harnessing the suns energy to produce electricity. BP Solar manufactures, designs, markets and installs quality solar electric systems for a wide range of applications in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. With installations in over 160 countries, BP Solar is one of the world´s largest solar companies and has manufacturing facilities in the US, Spain, India and Australia.

C&D Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:CHP) provides solutions and services for the switchgear and control (utility), motive (material handling), telecommunications, and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) as well as emerging markets such as solar power.

Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) is a standard solar module and specialty solar module and product company, serving customers located in various markets worldwide. CSI is incorporated in Canada and conducts all of its manufacturing operations in China.

Centrosolar (C3O.DE) (GERMANY) Manufacturer of mounting systems, solar glazing, backside contact cell modules, complete packages and roof-integrated modules.

China Nuvo Solar Energy, Inc. (OTCBB: CNUV ) is a development stage company that has acquired a license for exclusive worldwide rights to a unique solar cell technology.

China Sunergy Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ:CSUN) is a leading manufacturer of solar cell products in China as measured by production capacity. China Sunergy manufactures solar cells from silicon wafers utilizing crystalline silicon solar cell technology to convert sunlight directly into electricity through a process known as the photovoltaic effect. China Sunergy sells solar cell products to Chinese and overseas module manufacturers and system integrators, who assemble solar cells into solar modules and solar power systems for use in various markets.

Clean Hydrogen Producers (OTCPK:CHPO) is a development-phase alternative energy company. Its research is leading to full scale solar energy production in the form of hydrogen or electricity. The particularity of CHP is to be able to crack the water molecule via solar energy into hydrogen and oxygen, for a much higher energy conversion rate from solar into electricity. The system is efficient, cheap in production, modular and allows storage of energy for later release. The company is based near Geneva, Switzerland.

Conergy AG Hamburg (CEYHF.PK) (Germany) Conergy AG provides solutions and systems for producing power from alternate energy sources. Conergy focuses on developing and marketing both equipment and systems for generating solar power, solar thermal and photovoltaic. Through its development, manufacturing, sales and central services division focuses on indirect sales via sanitary, heating and electrical wholesalers. The wholesale unit offers optimal support for system integrators and installers while the engineering unit, SunTechnics, is aimed at private and commercial roof owners.

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (NYCE: CY) engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of silicon-based products and solutions in the United States. The company operates through five segments: Consumer and Computation Division (CCD); Data Communications Division (DCD); Memory and Imaging Division (MID); SunPower; and Other. The CCD segment designs and develops USB controllers, WirelessUSB, timing solutions, and PSoC products. The DCD segment focuses on specialty memories, including first-in, first-out, and dual port memories; communication products; programmable logic devices; and NSE products. The MID segment consists of memory business and image sensor business. The memory business designs and manufactures SRAM products, which are used to store and retrieve data in networking, wireless infrastructure and handsets, computation, consumer, automotive, industrial, and other electronic systems. The Image Sensors business provides sensors for digital photography; imaging solutions for automotive safety, machine vision, and motion analysis; and solutions for ultra-slim digital still cameras, single-use cameras, and camera-enabled mobile devices. The SunPower segment designs, manufactures, and sells solar cells, solar panels, and inverters that convert sunlight to electricity. The other segment offers Grating Light Valve technology that switches, modulates, and attenuates light in a variety of applications.

DayStar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: DSTI) engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of Photovoltaic Foil products that convert sunlight directly into electricity. The company specifically developed a thin-film solar cell based upon the copper-indium-gallium-selenide semiconductor material system, commonly known as CIGS. It manufactures CIGS solar cells, which are deposited on flexible metal foils using production processes adapted from computer component manufacturing. As an alternative to wafer-silicon solar cells, CIGS solar cell has mechanical flexibility and durability.

Deli Solar USA, Inc. (OTCBB: DLSL) engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of solar hot water heaters, coal-fired boilers, and space heating products. It also provides components, parts, and after-sale services associated with these products. The company’s products include solar hot water heaters, evacuated tubular solar water heaters, flat plate solar water heaters, and boilers and space heating products.

Dyesol (ASX: DYE), a company listed on the ASX and traded on several European exchanges, researches, develops and manufactures Dye Solar Cell (DSC) materials, components and research and manufacturing equipment. DSC is based on nanotechnology and biomimetic processes and is the most advanced 3rd generation solar technology. Through Dyesol’s website and online store, the DSC research community has access to the widest available range of DSC components and materials including nanoparticulate pastes and dyes, as well as equipment specifically designed to research and manufacture DSC. In Switzerland, Dyesol subsidiary Greatcell Solar is the European centre of Dyesol’s operations.

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENER) ECD is the leader in the synthesis of new materials and the development of advanced production technology and innovative products. It has invented, pioneered and developed enabling technologies leading to new products and production processes based on amorphous, disordered and related materials, with an emphasis on advanced information technologies and alternative energy, including photovoltaics, fuel cells, hydride batteries and hydride storage materials capable of storing hydrogen in the solid state for use as a feedstock for fuel cells or internal combustion engines or as an enhancement or replacement for any type of hydrocarbon fuel. ECD’s photovoltaic technology is a thin film amorphous silicon on a flexible steel substrate. This has the advantages of a lighter end product and a more flexible product which may have more uses due to its greater flexibility. ECD designs and builds manufacturing machinery that incorporates its proprietary production processes, maintains ongoing research and development programs to continually improve its products, and develops new applications for its technologies. ECD holds the basic patents in its fields.

Emcore Corp (NASDAQ: EMKR) offers a portfolio of compound semiconductor-based components and subsystems for the broadband, fiber optic, satellite, solar, and wireless communications markets. It operates in three segments: Fiber Optics, Photovoltaics, and Electronic Materials and Devices. The Fiber Optics segment provides optical components, subsystems, and systems that enable the transmission of video, voice, and data over fiber optic cables. The Photovoltaics segment provides solar cell products and solar panels to global satellite communications market. The Electronic Materials and Devices segment offers RF transistor materials for wireless communications systems, such as WiMAX and Wi-Fi Internet access; and 3G mobile handsets and PDA devices.

EPOD Intl Inc (OTCBB: EPOI) is a leader in the development of advanced energy management technologies with real-world market applications. The Company’s patent-pending ‘Energy Pod’ technology manages and manipulates electrical energy such that utilization of DC-electric battery power becomes significantly more efficient. EPOD’s patent-pending and proprietary technologies are applicable to a wide variety of industries including the global solar power market, and are available through licensed OEM’s and directly to end-users.

Ersol Solar Energy AG (ERSLF.PK) (Germany) The ErSol Group manufactures and distributes photovoltaic products. Following the acquisition of ASi Industries GmbH, ErSol became involved with the production of ingots and wafers and the fabrication of solar cells. The ErSol Group distributes solar modules via its subsidiary, aimex-solar GmbH and gets involved in the production of photovoltaic modules in a joint venture with SESE Co. Ltd.

E-TON Solar Tech ( OTCPK :ETSOF) Taiwan based and listed solar stock . E-Ton Solar Tech. Co., Ltd., established on December 26, 2001, is primarily engaged in the development of solar cells. The Company's products include: four-inch single crystalline solar cell and five-inch single and multi crystalline solar cell.

Evergreen Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: ESLR) engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of solar power products primarily in Germany and the United States. The company uses its proprietary ‘String Ribbon’ technology process in manufacturing crystalline silicon wafers, the primary components of photovoltaic cells. These photovoltaic cells generate direct electricity when exposed to sunlight. It principally offers solar panels, solar cells, and solar systems. These solar modules are the assemblies of photovoltaic cells that are electrically interconnected and laminated for electric power generation, such as on-grid and off-gird generation.

First Solar, Inc. (FSLR) First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR - News) manufactures solar modules with an advanced thin film semiconductor process that significantly lowers solar electricity costs. By enabling clean renewable electricity at affordable prices, First Solar provides an economic alternative to peak conventional electricity and the related fossil fuel dependence, greenhouse gas emissions and peak time grid constraints.

Gemz Corp. (GMZP.PK) The company has as its goal to develop patented, commercial products using Nanotechnology to harness renewable energy.

GiraSolar, Inc. (OTCPK:GRSR) GiraSolar's three main divisions which consist of 100% owned DutchSolar B.V., 51% owned GiraSolar Turkey Ltd. Ste. (GST), and 100% owned GiraMundo B.V.

Hoku Scientific, Inc. (HOKU) Hoku Scientific, Inc., a materials science company, focuses on clean energy technologies. The company designs, develops, and manufactures membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) and membranes for proton exchange membrane. It develops custom monomers and polymers for MEAs. The company also develops polysilicon-based photovoltaic (PV) modules for solar power systems; and polysilicon, a primary raw material used to manufacture PV modules. Hoku Scientific offers its products and services for the residential primary power, commercial back-up, and automotive hydrogen fuel cell markets. It has strategic relationships with Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. and Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. for the development of its Hoku MEAs and Hoku Membranes.

ICP Solar Techno logs (ICPR.OB) ICP Solar is a developer, manufacturer and marketer of solar cells and solar cell based products and building materials. Through the application of next-generation technologies and use of proprietary intellectual design, the Company aims to be the industry's innovation leader. For the past 18 years ICP Solar has led the consumer market through innovation and has now begun to apply that same philosophy to the OEM, rooftop and power generation segments of the solar industry.

International Automated Systems, Inc., (OTCBB: IAUS) Founded in 1988, International Automated Systems, Inc., develops high-technology products for diverse markets such as energy production through its solar technology, as well as wireless communications, consumer purchasing and financial transactions. The company, founded by a former AT&T communications engineer, is based in Salem, Utah.

JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd., (NASDAQ:JASO) through its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and sells solar cells primarily in the People�s Republic of China. It offers monocrystalline solar cells.

Kyocera Corporation (NYSE: KYO), engages in the development, production, and distribution of telecommunications equipment, electronic components, solar energy systems, and industrial ceramics worldwide. Kyocera Solar, Inc. is a world supplier of environmentally sound, solar electric energy solutions. With operating headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. and regional sales centers in the U.S., Brazil and Australia, Kyocera Solar, Inc. serves thousands of customers in both developed and developing regions. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kyocera International, Inc. of San Diego, the North American headquarters and holding company for Kyoto, Japan-based Kyocera Corporation.

Open Energy Corp. (OTCBB: OEGY) a renewable energy company, engages in the development and commercialization of solar energy products and technologies for power production and water desalination.

LDK Solar Co., Ltd. (NYSE:LDK) is a manufacturer of multicrystalline solar wafers, which are the principal raw material used to produce solar cells. LDK sells multicrystalline wafers globally to manufacturers of photovoltaic products, including solar cells and solar modules. In addition, the company provides wafer processing services to monocrystalline and multicrystalline solar cell and module manufacturers. LDK's headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Xinyu City, Jiangxi province in the People's Republic of China. The company's office in the United States is located in Sunnyvale, California.

MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. (WFR) MEMC is a global leader in the manufacture and sale of wafers and related intermediate products to the semiconductor and solar industries. MEMC has been a pioneer in the design and development of wafer technologies over the past four decades. With R&D and manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Europe and Asia, MEMC enables the next generation of high performance semiconductor devices and solar cells.

Motech Industries Co (MOEIF.PK) (Taiwan) Taiwanese manufacturer of solar cells.

Phoenix Sonnenstrom (PXSNF.PK) (Germany) Phönix SonnenStrom AG is one of the leading specialist wholesalers of complete solar power systems, solar modules and inverters. The company’s branch at Ulm plans and constructs large photovoltaic power plants. Phönix SonnenStrom AG developed from the Phönix Solar Initiative of the Association of Energy Consumers, founded in 1994. The objective of this nationally active consumer initiative was to offer economical and high-quality solar systems, thereby promoting the market for solar products. Initially, the Phönix Solar Initiative was restricted to the sale of thermal solar systems for domestic water heating. The success of the Initiative was overwhelming. In just a few years, more than 20,000 PHÖNIX® solar systems were installed on roofs. The Phönix Solar Initiative thereby quickly became the largest solar initiative in Germany.

Powerfilm (PFLM.L) PowerFilm, Inc. (United Kingdom) is a developer and manufacturer of thin, flexible solar panels based on a proprietary low cost production process. The company's objective is to target the building integrated solar power market and to continue to supply products for selected portable and remote solar power applications.

Q-Cells (QCE.DE) (Germany) Q-Cells AG is a producer of mono- and polycrystalline, silicon-based high-efficiency solar cells.

Q-Cells AG (OTCPK: QCLSF) is a high-performing company in the future and growth market of photovoltaics. The Company’s core business is the development, production and sale of mono- and polycrystalline, silicon-based solar cells. Furthermore, Q-Cells is developing additional important technologies through partnerships for the commercialization of these technologies.

Quant Ene FPO (QTM.AX) Quantum Energy Technologies (Australia) is a leading innovator & manufacturer of advanced renewable energy water, building & pool heating products for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

Rec (REC.OL) (Norway) REC's business activities are organized in three divisions: REC Silicon, REC Wafer and REC Solar. REC Silicon covers the polysilicon activities; REC Wafer covers production of multicrystalline wafers and monocrystalline ingots, while REC Solar covers the downstream activities of producing and marketing cells, modules and systems.

Reinecke+Pohl Sun E (BKM.DE) (GERMANY) Manufacturer of photovoltaic systems.

Renesola (SOLA.L) (United Kingdom) Manufacturer and recycler of solar wafers.

RENEWABLE ENERGY (REC.OL) (Norway)The Company is the world’s largest producer of solar grade silicon and wafers for solar applications. It is also a significant producer of solar cells and modules. The Company is structured into three divisions: 1) REC Silicon; 2) REC Wafer; and 3) REC Solar. REC Silicon produces solar grade polysilicon for the photovoltaic industry and electronic grade polysilicon and silane gas for the electronics industry. It is the world’s largest dedicated producer of solar grade silicon. REC Wafer produces multicrystalline wafers for the solar cell industry and monocrystalline ingots for wafer production. It is the world’s largest producer of multicrystalline wafers. REC Solar produces solar cells and solar cell modules.

Roth & Rau (R8R.DE) (Germany) Roth & Rau belongs to the leading suppliers of PECVD equipment for deposition of amorphous hydrogenated silicon nitride as passivation and anti-reflective coatings for crystalline silicon solar cells. Further products are plasma etching systems for edge isolation and other dry etching application in photovoltaics and plasma process equipment for research & development.

S.A.G. Solarstrom (SAG.DE) (Germany) Installation and financing of solar systems.

SES Solar Inc (SESI.OB) SES Solar's wholly owned subsidiary, SES Switzerland was incorporated under the laws of Switzerland on March 26, 2001. Its principle business is the production of solar photovoltaic modules and roof tiles from silicon cells. SES Switzerland's proprietary products are based upon integrating unique architecture on commercially available high-performance modules and solar tiles. SES Switzerland services global market integrators and resellers as well as its own clientele and is positioned as one of the few manufacturers in Europe that can also produce customized solar photovoltaic modules that are larger than three square meters. Additionally, SES Switzerland's patented industrial production process yields photovoltaic modules in Europe at Asian manufacturing costs. Of great importance in today's world is that SES Switzerland's photovoltaic technology turns solar energy directly into useable electricity without releasing carbon dioxide.

Southwall Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: SWTX) Southwall Technologies Inc. designs and produces thin film coatings that selectively absorb, reflect or transmit light. Southwall products are used in a number of automotive, electronic display and architectural glass products to enhance optical and thermal performance characteristics, improve user comfort and reduce energy costs. Southwall is an ISO 9001:2000-certified manufacturer and sells advanced thin film coatings to over 25 countries around the world. Southwall's customers include Audi, BMW, DaimlerChrysler, DuPont, Mitsui Chemicals, Peugeot-Citroen, Philips, Pilkington, Renault, Saint-Gobain Sekurit, and Volvo.

Solar Energy Limited (SLRE.OB) A publicly traded green technology corporation listed on the NASDAQ OTC exchange under the ticker symbol SLRE.OB. We are committed to the strategic fusion of technological genius with social conscience, public purpose with private resources, and ecological defense with fiscal dividends. Founded in 1997, Solar recognizes the planetary environment as the ultimate matrix of life and well-being, and thus the wisest focus of human creativity and investment. Solar therefore nurtures innovative approaches to the planet's ecological crises that can be sustained by rewarding financial returns. In Solar's view, the environmental challenge we face is profound and two-fold: preventing further harm in the future and curing the harm already at hand. Solar embraces a balanced approach to this challenge, especially with regard to the all important energy sector, which has caused so much damage in the past, but still offers the key to global renewal and health. Currently, Solar is working to pioneer the green energy sources of the future, as well as the benign, effective bio-remedies to the fossil fueled ills of the seas and the skies.

Solar Fabrik Ag (SLFBF.PK) (Germany) Solar-Fabrik AG was established in Freiburg in 1996 and is a leading European manufacturer of high-quality solar technology. The company is now growing into an integrated corporate group spanning the entire value chain - from silicon wafers to solar cells to solar modules. In July 2005, Solar-Fabrik acquired Malaysian wafer trader Global Expertise Wafer Division (GEWD) Ltd. and thereby secured a sufficiently large supply of silicon wafers to cover its future needs - now likely to top 30 MW (megawatts') worth of solar-quality wafers in 2006. The decisions for Solar-Fabrik to commence solar cell production - either by building a facility of its own or by acquiring or investing in an existing producer - will be finalized by summer 2006. In the future, Solar-Fabrik will cover all stages of value creation, from wafers to cells to finished solar modules. The product range features solar modules, inverters, installation hardware and other components, plus complete solar power systems for on-grid and off-grid applications. Solar-Fabrik systems have been proven to deliver uncommonly high energy yields. Customers include installers, operators, OEMs and wholesalers. General importers abroad generate rising export figures.

Solarfun Power Holdings Co, Ltd., (SOLF: NASDAQ) is an established manufacturer of both PV cells and PV modules in China.

Solartron Co., Ltd. (SET: SOLAR) Bangkok – Thailand A manufacturer of solar modules and supplier for balance of system components in Thailand and neighbor countries. With the experience since 1986, we have been able to provide 'State of the art' Photovoltaic systems and components for rural electrification and rural development projects through out Thailand. We are also the authorized distributor for Siemens solar products in Thailand.

Solon Ag Fuer Solart (SGFRF.PK) (Germany) The SOLON AG was founded in 1997 and, upon going public in 1998, was the first quoted solar enterprise in Germany. Today the SOLON-group consists of the 100% subsidiaries SOLON PV GmbH, SOLON Nord GmbH and asp ag (Switzerland) and of a 70% stake in the Soline GmbH. SOLON is one of the leading producers of photovoltaic modules in Germany and a specialist for the integration of photovoltaic technology into buildings. About 70% of the photovoltaic plants on the new buildings of the German federal government in Berlin come from the house of SOLON.

Solar Enertech Corp. (OTCBB: SOEN) a development stage company, does not have significant operations. It intends concentrate on the development of a sales network and construction of a manufacturing facility for production of solar cells to capitalize opportunities in the photovoltaic energy industry.

Solar Millenium AG (SMLNF.PK) (Germany) Construction and operation of large-scale solar thermal power plants.

Solar Night Industries, Inc. (OTC.PK: SLND), based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global manufacturer and distributor of innovative solar products. The company was founded by technology, manufacturing and sales executives with extensive industry experience and proven track records of success. The company has operations in St. Louis, Missouri and Sarasota, Florida, with affiliate offices in Mainland China. The company is developing products for consumer, business, and government markets.

Solarpraxis (SPA.DE) (Germany) Technical publications concerning solar energy.

Solar Thin Films, Inc. (SLTF.PK) Solar Thin Films operates through its majority owned subsidiary Kraft Electronics Rt Kraft is an equipment manufacturing company headquartered in Budapest, Hungary engaged in the design, development and manufacturing of equipment utilized in the production of thin film based photovoltaic modules.

Solarworld (SWV.DE) (Germany) Major manufacturer of solar wafers, cells and modules.

Spire Corporation (NASDAQ: SPIR) engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of solar equipment, solar systems, biomedical, and optoelectronics in the United States. It provides specialized equipment for the production of terrestrial photovoltaic modules from solar cells; and offers custom and building integrated photovoltaic modules, stand-alone emergency power back up, and electric power grid-connected distributed power generation systems. Spire offers custom compound semiconductor foundry and fabrication services, such as compound semiconductor wafer growth, other thin film processes, related device processing and fabrication, materials testing services, and services in support of sponsored research into practical applications of optoelectronic technologies to customers involved in biomedical/biophotonics instruments, telecommunications, and defense applications.

Sunline (SU3.DE) (Germany) Assembler of solar installations of all sizes.

SunPower Corp. (SPWR) designs and manufactures high-efficiency silicon solar cells and solar panels based on an all-back-contact cell design. SunPower's solar cells and panels generate up to 50 percent more power per square foot than conventional solar technologies and have a uniquely attractive, all-black appearance. SunPower is a majority owned subsidiary of Cypress (NYSE:CY ).

Suntech Power Co., Ltd. (NYSE: STP) principally engages in the design, development, manufacturing, and marketing of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules. It also provides PV system integration services in China. The company’s products are used to provide electric power for residential, commercial, industrial, and public utility applications in various markets worldwide. Suntech Power Holdings sells its products to distributors, engineering design firms, system integrators, and other value-added resellers, as well as integrated manufacturers of PV products. In less than three years Suntech has increased manufacturing capacity by 12 times, ranking as the 5th largest PV cell manufacturer in the world in 2005 according to Photon International.

Sunways (XETRA: SWWG.DE) Our core competence is the development and production of silicon-based high-performance solar cells and solar inverters. In addition to consultancy services, planning, implementation and delivery of large and small photovoltaic systems for project sponsors as well as wholesaling and electrical appliances trading, our subsidiary MHH Solartechnik GmbH markets among other things the Sunways Solar Inverter. To us, innovation is a major corporate principle as we are active in an environment that requires permanent technological innovation. Innovative ideas, the technical know-how acquired over many years, the intensive cooperation with the University of Constance (the leading institute for photovoltaic research worldwide) and profound market knowledge enable Sunways to develop innovative, marketable products. Through technological leadership we strive for a major share in the anticipated continuous growth of the photovoltaics market.

TrendSetter Solar Products, Inc. - (OTCPK: TSSP) is a quality manufacturer of solar hot water heating and storage systems in the United States. TrendSetter's solar hot water systems and storage tanks are uniquely positioned to serve the residential and commercial market. The Company offers a comprehensive range of solar water heating solutions, including solar radiant floor heating options, which are rated and qualify for the new federal energy tax credit program. A standard residential hot water heater emits approximately one and a half tons of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide into the atmosphere. TrendSetter's solar hot water heating and storage systems are emissions free.

Trina Solar Limited (NYSE: TSL) Trina Solar Limited through its wholly-owned subsidiary Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co., Ltd., is an integrated solar power products manufacturer based in China. The company began research and development efforts in solar products in 1999 and in 2002 it started the system integration business, followed in late 2004 by its solar module business. The company's solar modules provide reliable and environmentally- friendly electric power for residential, commercial, industrial and other applications worldwide.

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...vom Namen her wuerde ich mich als bloeder Deutscher natuerlich fuer "BioSolar" entscheiden..............!!!!!!
...noch besser waere natuerlich "BioSolarWirRetten Die Welt".............................!!!!!!!!!! :cool::cool::cool:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.821.896 von raubritterloulou am 02.10.07 19:21:45Haha, da redest Du wohl von der übersubventionierten Atommafia ?

Bei Solarworld hat 2006 jeder Angestellte + Arbeiter im Schnitt ca. 7.000 € Prämie erhalten ... und nix mit 5 € die Stunde. Es ist nämlich schwer in einem expansiven Markt ausreichend gute Leute zu bekommen und zu halten.

E-OFF jetzt !
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.826.373 von solar-rente am 03.10.07 01:44:28
...Du Leuchte - dann schalte doch die AKWs in Deutschland ab... dann gehts Licht aus... die Photovoltaik bringt nicht mal 1% des Deutschen Strombedarfs... :laugh:

nachdem der gesamte wirtschaftliche Aufschwung und der gesamte Wohlstand des Landes mit Atomstrom geschaffen wurde - wurde der wirtschaftliche Untergang Deutschlands mit dem Atomausstieg besiegelt ...

... hier in Asien wird viel Geld mit dem Solarschrott verdient... seltsamerweise findet man hier Solarzellen nur in Taschenrechnern... :laugh: die Chinesen sind nicht so bloed - dort sind gerade 35 Kernkraftwerke im Bau bzw. in Planung...

aber da braucht man garnicht in die Ferne schweifen - unsere Nachbarn in Frankreich sorgen gerade auch mit neuen AKWs vor - die Wissen ganz genau, dass sie in Zukunft Deutschland mitversorgen muessen, weil Deutschland nicht mehr in der Lage sein wird, sich selbst mit Energie zu versorgen....

:laugh:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.826.373 von solar-rente am 03.10.07 01:44:28nix mit 5 € die Stunde

Diese 5 Euro die Stunde waren neulich vom Spiegel in einem Hetz-Artikel (naja, zumindest in einem überkritischen) gegen die deutsche Solar-Industrie genannt worden.
Das bezog sich im wesentlichen auf die neuen Solarfabriken in Ost-Deutschland. Und es war sicher auch überspitzt dargestellt, ohne deutlich zu machen, dass es der relativ seltene Extremfall ist - heutiges Aust-Spiegel-Niveau eben.

Das Beispiel Solarworld ist andererseits wahrscheinlich eine der wenigen sehr positiven Ausnahmen...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.826.492 von taiwandeal am 03.10.07 05:38:53Hey???

Wieso schreibst gerade Du hier so einen, entschuldige bitte die klaren Worte, Müll?

nachdem der gesamte wirtschaftliche Aufschwung und der gesamte Wohlstand des Landes mit Atomstrom geschaffen wurde
Die Atomkraft kam erst Anfang der 70er Jahre, da war schon ein grosser Teil des Aufschwungs und Wohlstands erreicht worden - offenbar im Wesentlichen mit Kohlestrom.

wurde der wirtschaftliche Untergang Deutschlands mit dem Atomausstieg besiegelt ...
Was sich ja auch trefflich an der aktuellen Entwicklung nach Abschaltung der ersten AKW's nachvollziehen lässt.

seltsamerweise findet man hier Solarzellen nur in Taschenrechnern...
Ach ja?
Und die grossen Projekte zur ländlichen Elektrifizierung abgelegener Dörfer in China, etliche Tausend Solar-Home-Systems, in Bangladesch, Thailand, etc. pp. übergehen wir einfach mal?

die Chinesen sind nicht so bloed - dort sind gerade 35 Kernkraftwerke im Bau bzw. in Planung...
Ja. Aber... nebenbei wird auch noch deutlich mehr an neuen Kohlekraftwerken gebaut (ca. 50.000 MW jedes Jahr neu! Das ist so etwa das 2-3-fache des AKW-Zubaus)... und die Windkraft massiv ausgebaut... die Chinesen sind tatsächlich nicht blöde. Und die setzen nicht nur auf das 1 Pferd Atomenergie, sondern nutzen alle Möglichkeiten, um ihren gewaltigen Energiehunger zu stillen. Sicher machen sie dabei auch den einen oder anderen Fehler, setzen zu wenig auf Energiesparen und Energieeffizienz, etc. pp.
Aber es ist ganz sicher nicht so, dass sie nun nur auf Atomkraft setzen würden. Und PV bzw. Solarenergie lassen sie auch nicht komplett links liegen.

unsere Nachbarn in Frankreich sorgen gerade auch mit neuen AKWs vor -
Meines Wissens ist dort nur ein neues AKW derzeit in Bau-Vorbereitung, nämlich der europäische Forschungsreaktor.

die Wissen ganz genau, dass sie in Zukunft Deutschland mitversorgen muessen:laugh:
Die sind vor allem selber massiv auf der Suche nach Spitzenlaststrom, weil sie den mit ihren AKW nicht abdecken können. Da freuen die sich dann auch in den Sommermonaten (wenn die auch mal ihre AKW wegen mangelndem Kühlwasser in den Flüssen herunterfahren müssen) mal, wenn viel PV-Strom aus Deutschland kommt.
Und daneben sind auch die Franzosen momentan sehr viel stärker dabei die Windkraft (ca. 800-1.200 MW pro Jahr, deutlich mehr als aktuell neue AKW) und so ein bisschen auch die PV (Erhöhung der Tarife und Förderprogramme) auszubauen.

weil Deutschland nicht mehr in der Lage sein wird, sich selbst mit Energie zu versorgen....
Selbst der Zubau an PV in Deutschland (ca. 1.000 MW pro Jahr) dürfte bei der Stromausbeute noch höher oder zumindest auf einem ähnlichen Level wie der AKW-Zubau in Frankreich sein.

Und Du solltest nicht ausser Acht lassen, dass in Deutschland gerade eine Welle an neuen Kohle- und Gaskraftwerksbauten angelaufen ist. Also die Deutschen werden sich auch in 20, 30, 50 Jahren ohne Probleme ohne die Unterstützung von Frankreich mit Strom selbst versorgen können.

Erneuerbaren Energie gehört die Zukunft und die kommen jetzt unaufhaltsam. Wie war es doch gleich mit der Reichweite von Uran-Vorkommen... ???
jeden Tag eine kleine Nachricht aus den USA:
Der Denver International Airport wird mit einer Zwei-Megawatt-Solaranlage ausgestattet. Errichtet wird die Anlage von der WorldWater & Solar Technologies Corp., finanziert wird sie von MMA Renewable Ventures, LLC, einer Tochter der Municipal Mortgage & Equity, LLC. Wie die Unternehmen berichten, soll die Anlage im kommenden Jahr fertiggestellt werden und jährlich rund 3,5 Millionen Kilowattstunden Strom liefern. Den Solarstrom nimmt der Flughafen als Kunde ab.

@Raubritterloulou
bist wohl noch in der Zeit aus der dein Name stammt.
Feindbilder kann man pflegen oder revidieren.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.830.335 von JoergP am 03.10.07 14:08:55Servus Joerg,

"Wieso schreibst gerade Du hier so einen, entschuldige bitte die klaren Worte, Müll?"
weil ich viele Jahre in der Solarindustrie gearbeitet habe und die Nase voll von diesen Solarlobbyisten habe ...

wieso wird PV 10-fach hoeher gefoerdert, wie zB. Windkraft ?

Photovoltaik ist absolut sinnvoll und foerderungswuerdig - aber eben nicht in dem Umfang, wie es in Deutschland praktiziert wird... haette man die PV-milliarden in Wind/Wasser/Biomasse/Solarthermie gesteckt, dann waeren wir sicherlich bezueglich alternativer Energieversorgung wesentlich weiter als heute...
Photovoltaik hat nunmal im Gegensatz zu Wind/Wasser/Wellen nicht das Potential den Grossteil der Grundversorgung abzudecken... ausserdem werden durch Photovoltaik in Deutschland eben kaum Schadstoffemissionen gemindert - wenn man CO2-neutrale AKWs abschaltet und dann Braunkohle foerdern muss, weil PV keinen Ersatz bietet - dann ist das schlichtweg falsche Energiepolitik
Dann sollte doch lieber zuerst mal in Solarthermie investiert werden - die naemlich wirklich CO2-Emissionen reduziert - Schliesslich ist ein Grossteil des Energiebedarfs zB eines Einfamilienhaus nunmal Waermeenergie... und nicht Strom !

Aber das wollen die Leute hier ja meistens nicht hoeren - weil es hier nicht um Umweltschutz geht - sondern ausschliesslich um steigende Aktienkurse...



Frankreich ist in Sachen Atomstrom weltweit Nr 2 - und wird auch in Zukunft weiter auf Atom setzen - wie viele andere Laneder auch
"Allein China plant 40 bis 50 neue Reaktoren in den nächsten zwanzig Jahren. Japan, der weltweit drittgrößte Atomenergieerzeuger nach den USA und Frankreich, will fünf neue Meiler bauen und den Anteil an der Energieversorgung von 30 auf 40 Prozent steigern. Auch Russland und die USA wollen bei dieser Entwicklung nicht zurückstehen."
http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/26/26086/1.html



"Und Du solltest nicht ausser Acht lassen, dass in Deutschland gerade eine Welle an neuen Kohle- und Gaskraftwerksbauten angelaufen ist."
na super - das ist also unser Ziel ? Kohle statt Atom ?


wir muessen doch zuerst mal von den Kraftwerken wegkommen, die fossile Resourcen verschwenden...

Kohleaustieg !


"Erneuerbaren Energie gehört die Zukunft und die kommen jetzt unaufhaltsam."
volle Zustimmung...
ich bin vollkommen Deiner Meinung, dass Photovoltaik gefoerdert werden soll aber bitte mit dem gleichen Foerderungssatz wie andere - meiner Ansicht vielversprechendere - alternative Energien ...
das Ziel muss sein von fossilen Energietraegern unabhaengig zu werden - bis wir dazu vollkommen in der Lage sind, muss und wird Atomkraft einen wesentlichen Beitrag zur Energieversorgung leisten.







"Wie war es doch gleich mit der Reichweite von Uran-Vorkommen... "???
wie war das nochmal das Maerchen mit der Reichweite der Oelvorkommen ? die sollten auch schon seit 15 Jahren am Ende sein :laugh:
Meinst Du die Chinesen und Japaner wuerden 50 neue AKWs bauen, wenn sie meinten, dass die Uranvorkommen nicht noch einige Jahrhunderte reichen wuerde ?


Taiwandeal
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.838.531 von taiwandeal am 04.10.07 10:13:36Dann sollte doch lieber zuerst mal in Solarthermie investiert werden - die naemlich wirklich CO2-Emissionen reduziert - Schliesslich ist ein Grossteil des Energiebedarfs zB eines Einfamilienhaus nunmal Waermeenergie... und nicht Strom !

Da stimme ich Dir vollkommen zu.

Photovoltaik ist absolut sinnvoll und foerderungswuerdig - aber eben nicht in dem Umfang, wie es in Deutschland praktiziert wird...

Und da widerspreche ich Dir.
Die Förderung hat zu gewaltigen Fortschritten geführt. Die Preissenkungen für Solarstrom, die in den letzten 5 Jahren erreicht wurden, hätte man vor 15 Jahren doch kaum für möglich gehalten.
Dass man den Materialeinsatz bei Siliziumzellen soweit reduzieren kann, hätte kaum jemand erwartet - da hat auch die Siliziumknappheit das ihrige beigetragen.
Dass verschiedenste Dünnschichttechnologien kommen - und hoffentlich sich in den nächsten Jahren als zuverlässig erweisen - war auch kaum erwartet worden.

Die Förderung ist ziemlich kostenintensiv, gar keine Frage. Aber das können wir uns leisten. Und letztlich macht ein hoher Strompreis die Einsparbemühungen (wie von Dir oben auch angesprochen) interessanter. Ich weiss allerdings auch, dass das nicht direkt zu Einsparungen führt.

Die Förderung hier bei uns in Deutschland ist schon recht weitsichtig und recht kosteneffizient. Momentan ist doch das Abartige, dass z.B. in Spanien noch höhere Einspeisevergütungen bezahlt werden (also Einspeisevergütungen, die noch höhere PV-Kosten zulassen). Es ist nicht so sehr der deutsche Einspeisetarif, der momentan den Kostenlevel bestimmt. Und wenn ich dann auch noch aktuelle Meldungen sehe, dass die Spanier ihren Deckel weiter nach oben schieben (sehr begrüssenswert) und gleichzeitig an den Tarifen nichts ändern (kenne aber jetzt keine Details), dann sage ich Dir, dass das ein Problem ist.

Mein Hinweis auf die Neubauten von Kohlekraftwerken hier in Deutschland war vor allem gegen deine "Das Licht geht aus"-Polemik gerichtet. Ich wollte damit nicht sagen, dass Kohlekraftwerke nun grundsätzlich besser wären als AKW. Aber u.a. sind neue Kohlekraftwerke mit verbesserten Wirkungsgraden auch schon kleine Fortschritte in Richtung Emissionsvermeidung.

Abschliessend noch eines: Wenn die "Fördergelder", die über die Einspeisevergütung für PV geflossen sind, nicht der PV zugute gekommen wären (die von Dir gewünschte geringere Vergütung), dann hätten sie trotzdem nicht für andere Energiequellen zur Verfügung gestanden. Und die anderen Energiequellen brauchen sie auch nicht. Für Wind, Wasser und Biogas gibt es auch so ausreichende Vergütungen. Die PV-Förderung ist also zusätzlich und bringt somit zusätzliche Emissionseinsparungen.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 31.844.358 von JoergP am 04.10.07 17:01:26"Die PV-Förderung ist also zusätzlich und bringt somit zusätzliche Emissionseinsparungen."
Eine Emissionseinsparung bringt sie aber eben nicht, solage man damit AKWs abschalten will ... erst wenn man in 'zig Jahren das letzte AKW abgeschalten hat, wird man anfaengen Kohlekraftwerke abzuschalten - und erst dann faengt man damit an Emissionen zu reduzieren ...

... im Gegensatz dazu wuerden zB Geothermie- und Solarthermieprojekte sofort zu weniger Emissionen fuehren ...

:rolleyes:
PV ist ein ideologisch inszenierter Irrtum an dem sich eine Minderheit (Unternehmer,Banken, Betreiber, Aktionaere) im Namen der Oekologie und auf Kosten der Allgemeinheit eine goldene Nase verdienen...........!!!!!! Pfui, pfui, pfui!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:cool::cool::cool:


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