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3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
3S Solar- May 2010 Study Tour
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  • 1. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 1<br />Welcome to<br />Leading Technology for Solar Energy<br />Andreas Schöni<br />Gerald Lessle<br />
  • 2. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 2<br />Content<br />Vision History Company structure Products & Services<br />
  • 3. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 3<br />Our vision „Affordable Solar Energy for everyone“<br />
  • 4. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 4<br />Corporate MilestonesConsequently executed growth strategy<br />2005<br />2008<br />2006<br />2001 - 04<br />2007<br />2009<br /><ul><li>Founded as developer and producer of solar modules for building integration in 2001
  • 5. Development of production equipment for solar modules
  • 6. Sales of first laminating line to a high-volume producer after the machine has been benchmarked
  • 7. Sales of manual turn-key lines
  • 8. IPO at Berne Exchange (BX)
  • 9. Management structure enhances further growth
  • 10. Break even reached, highly profitable since then
  • 11. Acquisition of Pasan, the leading supplier of testers
  • 12. Acquisition of Somont
  • 13. Capital increase
  • 14. Global market leadership
  • 15. Sale of first semi automated production line
  • 16. Market introduction of fully automated production line
  • 17. Opening of sales and services in USA
  • 18. Delivery of the first fully automated Back-end of a production line
  • 19. Expansion of distribution network with own sales and service organization in Hong Kong and Singapore</li></li></ul><li>03.05.2010<br />Seite 5<br />Experts in design and development of innovative building integrated solar systems<br />Business model<br />World‘s technology market leader for manual and automatic production equipment for manufacturing of solar modules<br />Know-how accumulated from the conception and production of solar modules flows directly into further development of production equipment<br />
  • 20. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 6<br />Organisation<br />3S Industries USA Inc.<br />3S Industries Ltd. (HongKong)<br />3S Industries Pte Ltd (Singapore)<br />3S Industries Rep. Office China<br />3S Industries Iberica<br />3S Industries AG<br />100%<br />100%<br />100%<br />100%<br />Somont GmbH<br />3S Swiss Solar <br />Systems AG<br />Pasan SA<br />Countries<br />Core-<br />competence:<br />Key-<br />products<br />Located:<br /><ul><li>Electrical interconnection
  • 21. Handling
  • 22. String-soldering machine</li></ul>Umkirch (GER) <br /><ul><li>Testing
  • 23. Measuring
  • 24. Tester</li></ul>Neuchâtel (CH)<br /><ul><li>Mechanical interconnection
  • 25. Solar module development
  • 26. Lamination line
  • 27. Certification, KHT</li></ul>Lyss (CH)<br /><ul><li>Sales and Services
  • 28. All components</li></li></ul><li>03.05.2010<br />Seite 7<br />3S optimal positioned in the solar value chain<br />Tester<br />Installation<br />Operation<br />Electrical connecting<br />Crystalline solar cell<br />Testing<br />Encapsulation<br />c-Si<br />3S Key products<br />Laminator<br />BIPV products<br />Soldering-<br />maschine<br />Testing<br />Electrical connecting<br />Thinfilmsubstrat<br />Encapsulation<br />Installation<br />Operation<br />Thinfilm<br />
  • 29. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 8<br />Merger of 3S and Meyer Burger as of Jan. 14th 2010A unique technology group is formed<br />Over 50 years of Swiss machine building excellence<br />Staff with over 20 years of PV expertise<br />All key processes from wafering to module production are in house<br />Global service infrastructure<br />Market capitalization of Bill 1.2 CHF<br />900 staff around the globe to serve our costumers<br />
  • 30. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 9<br />Core Business<br />Core Business<br />Quartz- Sand<br />Poly-silicon<br />Ingots<br /> Solar Cell<br />Wafer<br />Module<br />Installation<br />Core Business<br />
  • 31. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 10<br />Integrated value chain enables innovation & standardisation<br />Mono- /Multi c-Si<br />Ingot-/Wafer Slicing<br />Solar cells<br />Solar modules<br />Solar systems<br />(1)<br />Note: (1) Cooperation agreement with Oerlikon Systems<br />
  • 32. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 11<br />Meyer Burger Group OEM<br />Services provided by Partners<br />MB Service Bases<br />3S Industries<br />3S Industries Service Centres<br />MB Customer Service Centres<br />Global service & process support as a key factor of success<br />
  • 33. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 12<br />Photovoltaic has a huge Potential<br />>300 <br />bn. US$<br />2030<br />
  • 34. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 13<br />Module Production Process<br />Testing<br />Assembly<br />Lamination<br /> Lay-up<br /> Cell connetion <br /> c-Si<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />4<br />5<br />1. Edge trimming 2. Frame press <br />3. Junction box<br />Power <br />testing<br />Cells<br />Glass cleaning<br />Foil cutting<br />Soldering<br /> Thin-film:<br />PV-Substrate<br />Sorting<br />+Packing <br />monolithic interconnected <br />thin-film cells on substrate<br />
  • 35. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 14<br /> Turn-key automated Module Production Line <br />Edge trimming<br />Framing<br />Junction box<br />Flasher<br />Key characteristics<br /><ul><li>Turn-key line
  • 36. Incl. know how transfer and certification
  • 37. Solar module product licensing
  • 38. Competence centres in Lyss and Freiburg</li></ul>User benefits<br /><ul><li>Process flexibility and efficiency
  • 39. Product flexibility
  • 40. Fast track product certification</li></ul>Laminating Line<br />Stringer<br />Lay-up<br />Glass washing machine<br />
  • 41. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 15<br />Key characteristics<br /><ul><li>Tracking of each module
  • 42. Minimal labour costs
  • 43. Product equipment and automation from one source, all same controllers
  • 44. Any level of automation
  • 45. Turn-key</li></ul>User benefits<br /><ul><li>High volume high yield
  • 46. Lowest BOS cost
  • 47. Optimised for mass-production</li></ul>Turn-key high-automated Module Production Line<br />Lay-up<br />Glass washing<br />Stringer<br />Lamination<br />Trimming<br />Sorter<br />Junction Box<br />Tester<br />Framing<br />
  • 48. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 16<br />Fast technology transfer gives our costumer a competitive advantage<br />Initial production line for Lucky Power Taiwan – medium automation degree high flexibility<br />Scope of supply: Technology transfer;Production equipmentCertification assistance<br />
  • 49. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 17<br />Fast technology transfer gives our costumer a competitive advantage<br />1 MW Solar BIPV glas/glas modules produced by Lucky Power<br />
  • 50. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 18<br />900<br />800<br />700<br />Thinfilm<br />Grid parity inthe most important markets<br />600<br />500<br />GW<br />400<br />300<br />Installed c-Module<br />200<br />100<br />–<br />2009E<br />2010E<br />2011E<br />2012E<br />2013E<br />2014E<br />2015E<br />2016E<br />2017E<br />Process, Costs & Market Development<br />Pace & Volume<br />Si Costs < 0.20 $/WOther Costs Wafer < 0.25 $/WCell to Module < 0.40 $/WTotal Costs < 0.85 $/WPrice / Module < 1.00 $/W<br />Si Consumption < 5.5 gr/W Efficiency Mono > 20 % Multi > 17.5 % <br />Quelle: Schätzungen MBT<br /> Future Market & Price Development <br />
  • 51. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 19<br />Characteristics of integrated systems offering<br />Integrated system supplier from wavering to module assembly, driving the value chain Integration<br />Move from linked single machineto fully integrated highly efficient and industrialised production lines Industrialisation<br />Focus on whole value chain allows technological innovation to set future standards and be the cost leader in the crystalline PV market  Innovation<br />Cost of Ownership drivers<br />Material utilizationmore kWh per kg siliconless energy consumption<br />Cost<br />AutomationLess handlingCreate systems<br />Process stabilityuptimeyield<br /> Technology leadership and integrated systems drive TCoO <br />
  • 52. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 20<br /> Solar is still at the very beginning…<br />
  • 53. 03.05.2010<br />Seite 21<br />Time to think big<br />

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