Schiller to Speak at the Feed-In Tariff Supply Chain Forum
Schiller to Speak at the Feed-In Tariff Supply Chain Forum Toronto 2011
Westborough, MA - April 18, 2011 - Schiller Automation, a world leading provider of production solutions to the solar industry, announced today that it will exhibit at the Ontario Feed-In Tariff Supply Chain Forum 2011 in Toronto Canada. The event will be located at the Allstream Centre at 105 Princes' Blvd Toronto, April 19th and 20th 2011.
Schiller has a more than thirty year history in automation and process equipment for advanced manufacturing in Automotive, Microelectronics, Semiconductor, and Photovoltaics. It has a focus on high throughput - high yield products which can be found in most leading solar companies.
Schiller has developed specialized equipment that will help move the quality of solar modules forward and are particularly suited for the harsh winter conditions that PV Systems in Ontario will face. After a detailed review of the actual field performance of solar modules, Schiller has created the automated solutions, and strategic partnerships to improve module lifetimes and minimize warranty loss.
Mark Willingham, Managing Director of Schiller LLC, will participate in the Developing Solar within FIT - Manufacturers' Perspective session starting at 11am on April 20.
"We are very pleased to participate and speak at this event. It will bring together key players in this exciting market." said Mark Willingham - Managing Director of Schiller LLC; "Ontario based module production is required for the FIT content demands. Ontario also represents a tough environment for modules. This need to produce high volume, high quality modules is exactly where our strength lies. We have worked closely with leading suppliers, understood their needs and the aspects of production that have caused difficulties. Now we have new tools to address these critical areas and are working with leading companies to implement them."
With over 500MW of Installed Solar Fab Automation and contracts to bring this to over 1.3 Gigawatts by Q1 2012, Schiller has maintained a strong focus to the Ontario Market. Schiller Introduced SunRiser Turnkey Manufacturing Lines and automated module production equipment in 2010.
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