Is your business based in a booming solar market? Do you have great plans for starting a solar module production and you need to convince bankers and/or investors now? Then you are exactly our customer!
PVknowhow.com is a service offered by Johann and Patrick. Together we help you with our experience to give you all necessary data, costs and knowledge to prepare a complete calculation of your planned business. We have been doing exactly this since more than 20 years (Johann) and more than 10 years (Patrick).
Our data are not "estimations" or "investigations" but are based on our own real production line in Europe.
What you get will be a trustable and reliable business plan from real solar module production experts.
I made my first products for the solar industry more than 20 years ago in 1996. I invented a patent to solder solar cells in a reflow soldering process. The patent is now open for all and nearly every stringer on the market is using this process.
Since 2001 I have been consulting for solar module startups all over the world. With the start of our online e-course, we are now taking the next step to help even more people be successful producers of solar panels.
I have been making business plans since 2003. In 2006, together with my father and one investor, I started our own solar module production line in Europe.
I have been a shareholder of this company for more than 10 years. From 2005-2009, I was CEO of this company and was completely involved in all production processes. My goal is to help other entrepreneurs start their own local production in their country.
With our free e-course, we give you a short introduction to becoming a solar module producer and tell you what to do first, how to decide on the right size and how to calculate the investment.
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