A Day in the Life of a Solar Installer

Treehugger.com has an article from an experienced solar installer giving some personal accounts of what to expect when you get into the field and a bunch of insight into how their business is run. Its a good read for anyone thinking about getting into solar installation.

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This is looks new technology for WTE fields. I would like to know current status for commercialization result. I have a project chance in Korea. If you can do any good design Plasma Plant , I can introduce Joint investor for building plant in Korea. Target is 100 TPD ~ 500 TPD Small system (10 ~ 50 TPD) cany be possible too , if something new Please contact me, if you need new technology and systems. Mail ID = drchung2@gmail.com Dr.John Chung Professor in KNU (Kyungpook National Univ., Daegu, Korea)
Carl, we agree that a validation is needed to build investor confidence. And, we are finalizing an agreement with a very reputable U.S. institute to conduct a 3rd party validation. FYI, the company has a 10 ton per day unit that is operational in Monterrey, Mexico. Numerous individuals who are technically competent in the field of plasma gasification have seen it operate, and clearly see the obvious differences in conversion yield and parasitic energy consumption. You can see videos on the company web page.
This MICROWAVE-TO-PLASMA technology needs to be verified by a third party, such as Georgia Tech or MIT.

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