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RE: RE: Solar Power/ wind tubine

Postby jack on Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:45 pm

dear reader

I try as a free-lancer , to promote in THAILAND a new system of wind turbine, special for urban area
Its a revolutionary technology , made of 15 years of researches in FRANCE.
STATOEOLIEN and his inventor has been awrded by < French renwable energy.>
totally silent, STATOEOLIEN can produce 1kw/h to 10w/h and start at low velocity.
its very difficult to open a market.
French company is looking for a buyer of country's licence, only. because of fears of copy!
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RE: Solar Power

Postby dave evans on Sat Feb 18, 2006 11:28 pm

Heim, you can go to any branch of Global House and find solar water heaters, at last you get hot water for your shower without using an electric heater. Not seen any direct solar elecric cells yet though myself.
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RE: The coming renewable fuel revolution

Postby Kaya Now on Tue Feb 21, 2006 9:11 am

This forum looks like it's got some well informed individuals on it so I felt I needed to contribute.

I have just bought a house in Nakhorn Prathom; it is fairly big and it is on a rai of land which gives me reason to believe there are numerous possibilities for using solar energy. The house is also raised up with a four foot gap under it i.e. in the shade all of the time. Could anyone give me soem straight forward advice as to how best utilize solar power. Also i could do with some approximate prices.

Thanks all.

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RE: RE: The coming renewable fuel revolution

Postby Rooster on Thu Feb 23, 2006 4:01 am

I do not think that Solatron and other local companies have all the complete sets of solar equipment. This is due to inadequate and no wide usages of solar power in Thailand. However, Thai craftmen are very capable and could custom design any mounting for you. The websites below can provide design ideas,
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RE: RE: The coming renewable fuel revolution

Postby Aussie Dave on Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:52 pm

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RE: RE: The coming renewable fuel revolution

Postby Vichitchai on Mon Feb 27, 2006 8:14 am

I am so glad that you guys are talking about the renowable resurces. I congratulated you! But I think you guys should talk about it much more and louder, should call those stupid presidents of all universities in Thailand up, especially their Schools of Engineer, what are their clumsy researching on. If it were not renewable fuel then they are stupid. Have you heard that oil wells, pipe lines and refineries being blow up everyday. Soon will be no oil coming to Thailand.
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RE: RE: The coming renewable fuel revolution

Postby Rooster on Mon Feb 27, 2006 11:06 pm

Solatron is found by those used to be in the academic circle who became venture capitalists and innovators. Thai universities do not have reliable professors with PhD degrees/very few do have PhD in engineering. Thai engineering schools are not much different from technical/trade schools in the developed countries.
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solar related news.

Postby jessie on Wed Mar 08, 2006 1:21 pm

if you are interested in the latest news on solar power, check out the following websites.
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Solar Energy for Industrial Applications?

Postby Gerrit on Fri Mar 10, 2006 2:03 pm

Besides applications for household or electricity generation in rural areas, does anyone have experience with solar energy in industrial applications in Thailand?

I am interested in energy cost savings for my chemical plant.

What are the savings/return on investment? Which companies offer solutions?
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Solar Power

Postby Rooster on Mon Mar 13, 2006 6:23 am

Solartron Thailand is the main solar panel producer of Thailand. Now, an upcoming transformer company is diverting their resources to focus on producing solar panels for Asian and European markets. Ekarat Engineering, the maker of transformer and now with a two years old Ekarat Solar division in Chachoengsao province - east of Bangkok.
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