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Solarbuzz is an international solar energy research and consulting company, staffed by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable team drawn from some of the largest companies in the solar energy industry today.
The mission of Solarbuzz is to be the leading solar photovoltaic (PV) energy consultancy in the world. In that quest, Solarbuzz now carries more human resources dedicated to solar photovoltaics than any other renewable energy consultancy. Our expertise comes from a team with recent senior executive level experience working in large vertically integrated PV companies.
Solarbuzz provides a range of services including standard industry reports and research and consultancy activities. We offer information and support designed for specialist use by companies and organizations that need a detailed and comprehensive understanding of the solar photovoltaic market and industry.
After seven years in business, Solarbuzz clients now include almost all of the largest global PV manufacturers, together with major investment banks, equipment manufacturers, materials suppliers, hedge fund companies, a wide range of other multi-nationals considering participation in this industry, and the largest PV system integrators.
Since January 2007, Corporate Clients for these reports have come from companies based in:
Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United States.
Marketbuzzâ„¢ 2009 is our annual global PV industry report. The current edition was issued in March 2009. We believe this is a truly distinctive market report and one that incorporates the type of commercial insight that can only come from staff who have, prior to joining Solarbuzz, been active themselves in the global PV business chain.
Intensive commercial information and analysis of the downstream PV markets is available in our annual reports on Europe and United States. Each year, these reports provide essential market information for both established PV leading companies and also for new market entrants.
QBuzz, our Quarterly News and Comment report, is an intensive 40 - 50 page quarterly report designed to save your organization time and money. Constantly upgraded, this report captures the key PV industry and market events of the previous three month period from around the world.
We are confident that no other PV consultancy reports match the data intensity or commercial insight of those released by Solarbuzz LLC.
Our reports emanate from primary data research supplemented by extensive proprietary real-time databases, the two signatures of Solarbuzz LLC.
As a major solar energy portal, our priority is to give high profile to links to companies and topics related to the solar industry. While the primary focus of our site content is photovoltaics (solar electric), we include some companies in our listing that market solar thermal systems.
Solarbuzz.com now receives one of the highest user traffic levels of any site on the web dedicated to solar energy. The number of daily visitors to the solarbuzz.com website has grown consistently since our mid-2001 launch.
As at January 2007, typical weekday traffic at solarbuzz.com had reached between 6 - 7,000 visits per day (including spiders). Peak days exceed this level.
On April 23, 2007, the solarbuzz.com site received, for the first time, more than 10,000 visits in a single day. A new record was set on March 3, 2008, when site visits exceeded 12,000 that day.
The core weekly Solarbuzz community (in other words, excluding repeat visits and spiders) is estimated at around 20,000, making solarbuzz.com possibly the largest single destination, either online or print media, for folk solely dedicated to following the progress of the rapidly growing worldwide solar energy industry.
Solarbuzz.com also maintains on-site content, in order for site users to receive a speedy understanding of both the commercial and environmental potential of solar energy.
Our goal is to ensure that this content is independent and gives profile to the many applications and regions where solar energy is making in-roads.
We encourage potential purchasers of solar energy and products to use the country pages, where you will find not only the solar companies closest to you, but through their websites, also gain valuable information regarding how to get the best out of solar power.
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Since the key focus for Solarbuzz LLC is consultancy to the PV industry, our news service is based only upon public information and press releases submitted to us by organizations regarding their solar energy activities.
We are disseminators, not creators, of news.
As a result, there are no "journalistic activities" at Solarbuzz.com. The news is a free service for the PV industry and designed to facilitate speedy global communication around this rapidly growing clean energy source.
We are careful to be independent and impartial in this service and prefer to avoid amending/editing a news story, once it has qualified for inclusion. Criteria for inclusion on the site are that the news is relevant (to solar energy), material (sufficient "buzz quotient") and timely (we try to avoid "old news").
We routinely confirm with companies, who submit news to us, the response they receive to stories placed on solarbuzz.com. We now often receive feedback that a story on solarbuzz.com brings in the largest response of any solar energy news online source or print magazine platform.
If we judge a news story to carry particularly strong content, it will also be included in our FREE weekly e-mail newsletter, NBuzz. The subscribers to NBuzz include the most influential personnel across the worldwide solar energy industry today. NBuzz means that you don't have to wait for news carried later by print based publications.
We only include articles on renewable energy where they relate to funding or policy issues that we believe have a direct connection to solar energy.
We are, of course, delighted to receive your news submissions. We reserve the right to determine whether to place the submissions on the website.
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