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Infinia Corporation is the leader in developing and manufacturing free piston Stirling generator applications that converts readily available and low cost heat sources like solar, biogas and natural gas, into reliable electrical energy. Infinia is the producer of the PowerDish™ – the world’s first Stirling-based solar power generation system suitable for automotive-scale manufacturing and deployment from small distribution-scale arrays to multi-megawatt, utility-scale solar power plants. Focus your Energy <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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Before renewaBle energy and going green Became trendy, before anyone knew about clean coal or wind turbines, Bernie Sater was fast at work in a NASA laboratory using the sun for much more than tanning. While it took the rest of the country more than 30 years to catch up, the Sater family is now on the verge of a breakthrough in solar energy technology — and Lorain County is poised to reap the rewards. Sater’s work has morphed into GreenField Solar, a new solar energy company that selected Oberlin for its development lab and headquarters last summer, while placing its system production facility in North Ridgeville. Sater serves as the company’s chief scientist.
The PV market has grown rapidly over the past decade, achieving over 6.3 GWp of sales in 2009 despite the global economic slowdown. Even given this meteoric growth in the market, PV still provides less than one percent of total global energy production. The future growth of the industry will depend on the industry’s ability to deliver cost competitive performance and improved efficiency.
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