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Enhanced Solar

ES employs laser plasma deposition technology in order to create photo-voltaic (PV) cells for use in solar power systems.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Not Set
  • Location Long Beach, CA, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

Enhanced solar new Laser Plasma Deposition Technology will produce faster, cheaper and 2-3 times more efficient solar cells. The manufacturing cost reduction will eliminate the need of government incentives. Our customers will be existing worldwide manufacturers, solar installers, panel makers and B2B. We will help them reduce their manufacturing cost and allowing them to be very competitve.


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    Ana Launes
    VP of Business Development

    Senior International Marketing and Branding Consultant that has worked in the renewable energy market developing positions within the solar industry in US with Infinia Corporation she handled Marketing and Government Affairs. In addition, she brings strong background in private banking with UBS in Europe, as Marketing Director based out of Barcelona and Geneva.

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    Michael Thompson
    VP of Operations

    Michael has 30 years of success, managing sales and marketing as well as providing financial, strategic, and operational leadership.

    While working in management as an executive at ADT (a $5 billion company in the commercial/industrial and government electronic security industry), he was certification under “Six Sigma” and attained a status of “Black Belt”. His focus was primarily based on process improvements in multiple sales channels though

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    Martin Stuart

    He started his first business, Martin Stuart & Co Inc., the jewelry Industry’s introduction to laser use this field. This was in his early 20’s. Over the years, with clients from Switzerland to Japan hailing his technology, he obtained international recognition with articles printed in several leading trade publications. The jewelry industry has since embraced this technology as a worldwide standard revolutionizing the jewelry industry. In 1981