Greentech Media and the Prometheus Institute Announce Solar Outlook: A Day of Data...
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Greentech Media and the Prometheus Institute Announce Solar Outlook: A Day of Data Seminar to be Held in New York City on February 19th Top Analysts and Industry Partners to Come Together Under a Solar Roof in Battery Park CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(Business Wire)--Greentech Media, Inc., an online media company, and The Prometheus Institute for Sustainable Development, a non-profit devoted to furthering the advancement of alternative energy and sustainable development, will hold their upcoming seminar, Solar Market Outlook: A Day of Data, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park, New York City on February 19th. This venue boasts impressive views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and a 36-kilowatt building-integrated solar electric system made from recycled silicon wafers. The first Solar Market Outlook event, held in November in Boston, brought together over 100 attendees from all areas of the solar market, from integrators to technology suppliers, to financiers and investors. In February, with major research reports on Solar Financing and Concentrating Solar Thermal and PV technologies completed, Greentech Media and the Prometheus Institute will be holding an updated Day of Data, taking a look at the entirety of 2007's transformative solar market, and assessing the impact of market dynamics and policy evolution on 2008 and beyond. This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the solar industry, from finance to the supply chain. The data compiled by the Prometheus Institute is widely considered to be the most accurate and up-to-date in the world. Seminar leader Travis Bradford, president of The Prometheus Institute and author of Solar Revolution, is well known as the industry's most respected analyst. Additional analysts and industry insiders from Piper Jaffrey, Soltage, GreenMountain Engineering, Deutsche Bank and Greentech Media will also be speaking. Attendees of Solar Outlook will come away with a full complement of data and analysis that is unmatched in the industry today, including historical data on supply, demand, and pricing, and forecasts of the global market for PV solutions by technology and region. Topics to be discussed include: -- Global PV module demand -- Solar equipment ASPs -- Silicon supply issues, pricing and capacity growth forecasts -- PV production economics -- Concentrating solar thermal and PV technologies and economics -- Thin film solar market outlook -- Venture capital trends in solar, and forecast investment -- Wall Street data, and its view on the solar market -- PV world market forecast & regional differences -- Emerging concepts in solar project financing Detailed information about the seminar, priced at $895, is available at the Greentech Media site: http://www.greentechmedia.com/events/live/solarmarkets.html About Greentech Media Greentech Media is an integrated online media company designed to deliver the highest-quality content in the industry, whether it is research, news or critical networking events. Greentech Media is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., New England's educational- and technology-innovation center, with operations in New York City and San Francisco. For more information, visit http://www.greentechmedia.com. About The Prometheus Institute The Prometheus Institute was founded in 2003 to accelerate the deployment of socially-beneficial sustainable technologies, including those of energy, water, and food, by educating industry participants, advocates, and policymakers about their benefits by collecting and disseminating reliable data, quantitative analysis, and practical information about these industries. Currently, the Institute remains solely focused on its initiatives in the solar energy industry. Greentech Media, Inc. Joe Boyce, 617-500-4257 email@example.com www.greentechmedia.com Copyright Business Wire 2008
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