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"Everything included"

Roger Görtzen

Good things come to those who wait (report from the 25th EU PVSEC in Valencia), in: Sun & Wind Energy 11/2010

Your article about Fast ALD (Atomic Layer Deposition) and Al2O3 had everything in it! Great overview of the PVSEC 2010 in Valencia, including the advantages of Fast ALD technique compared to the standard PECVD (Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition).

Roger Görtzen, Director Marketing & Sales and Co-founder of SoLayTec B.V., Eindhoven (Netherlands)

 

"Very good overview"

Daniel Davies

Breaking out of the niche (world market survey on thin-film technologies), in: Sun & Wind Energy 1/2007

I read your review of thin film technology with great interest – a very good and detailed overview.

Daniel Davies, Chief Technology Officer of Solarcentury Holdings Limited, London (United Kingdom)

 

"Truly commendable"

Jai Malaviya

Breaking out of the niche (world market survey on thin-film technologies), in:
Sun & Wind Energy 1/2007

Your article on “Thin Films” is of high quality and fantastic. This is truly commendable.

Jaideep (Jai) Malaviya, President of Malaviya Energy Consultancy, Kondhwa, Pune (Maharashtra/India)

 

"Excellent report"

Guy Beaucarne

Marschroute zum Heiligen Gral (The path to the Holy Grail; article in German about the 21st European photovoltaic conference in Dresden), in: Sonne Wind & Wärme 11/2006

Your report of the Dresden conference was excellent.

Guy Beaucarne, since March 2009 Solar Cell Science and Technology Manager at Dow Corning, Seneffe (Belgium), previously Leader of the Silicon Solar Cells Group at the Interuniversity Microelectronics Center (IMEC), Leuven (Belgium)

"The most comprehensive overview"

Arno Penzias

The Great Window of Opportunity (world market survey on thin-film technologies), in: Sun & Wind Energy 2/2005

I found your "Great Window of Opportunity" article to be the most comprehensive overview of the current industry that I have yet seen.

Arno Penzias, co-winner of the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physics and Venture Partner at New Enterprise Associates, Menlo Park (California/USA)

 

"Thoroughly understood"

Rolf Brendel

Effiziente Abziehfolien aus Silizium. Das Bayerische Zentrum für Angewandte Energieforschung (Efficient transfer foils made of silicon. The Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research), in: Photon 3/2004

We read your article with eagerness. I was very pleased that you have understood our developments so thoroughly.

Rolf Brendel, since October 2004 Director of the Institute for Solar Energy Research Hameln/Emmerthal (ISFH) in Emmerthal (Germany), previously Division Head at the Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research in Erlangen (Germany)

 

"Detailed research"

Hans-P. Ahmels

Willkommenes Alibi. Die Elektrizitätswirtschaft schiebt Ökostrom als Grund für überhöhte Regelenergiepreise vor (A welcome alibi. The electricity industry blames green energy for the excessive price of balancing power), in: Photon 6/2003

I especially enjoyed your matter-of-fact and detailed research into the connections between the single bidders and their price increases, as well as their impact.

Hans-Peter Ahmels, President of the German Wind Energy Association (BWE) from 1996 until 2007, Gut Oldeborg, Hooksiel (Germany)

 

"The best documentation"

L. Trautmann-Popp

Killerargumente widerlegen (Refuting killer arguments, seven-part series in German), in: Photon 9/2002 - 3/2003

I want to congratulate you on your excellently researched 'Killer arguments' series. It is the best documentation available on the questions asked again and again.

Ludwig Trautmann-Popp († 10/31/2009), former Energy Policy Officer at the Confederation of Nature Conservation in Bavaria (a branch of Friends of the Earth), Bamberg (Germany)

 

"Well presented"

Peter Würfel

Vision oder Schwindel? Bis zur Photovoltaik der dritten Generation ist es noch ein weiter Weg (Vision or scam? Still a long way to go for third-generation photovoltaics), in: Photon 3/2002

I congratulate you on your article about third-generation photovoltaics. It presents the current state of knowledge well.

Peter Würfel, Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Applied Physics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (formerly University of Karlsruhe), Germany

 

"Precise and balanced"

Helmuth Groscurth

Wettstreit der Systeme. Welches Instrument fördert erneuerbare Energien besser: Einspeisetarif oder Quotenregelung? (Competing systems: Which model promotes renewable energies better: feed-in tariffs or quotas?), in: Photon 5/2001

I enjoyed your article immensely. It presents a complicated topic in a precise and balanced way.

Helmuth Groscurth, Managing Director of the arrhenius Institute for Energy and Climate Policy, Hamburg (Germany)

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Charlie Gay, a veteran in the solar industry, esteems the work of Bernreuter Research.