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  • 1. 03.05.2010
    Seite 1
    Welcome to
    Leading Technology for Solar Energy
    Andreas Schöni
    Gerald Lessle
  • 2. 03.05.2010
    Seite 2
    Content
    Vision History Company structure Products & Services
  • 3. 03.05.2010
    Seite 3
    Our vision „Affordable Solar Energy for everyone“
  • 4. 03.05.2010
    Seite 4
    Corporate MilestonesConsequently executed growth strategy
    2005
    2008
    2006
    2001 - 04
    2007
    2009
    • 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
  • 03.05.2010
    Seite 5
    Experts in design and development of innovative building integrated solar systems
    Business model
    World‘s technology market leader for manual and automatic production equipment for manufacturing of solar modules
    Know-how accumulated from the conception and production of solar modules flows directly into further development of production equipment
  • 20. 03.05.2010
    Seite 6
    Organisation
    3S Industries USA Inc.
    3S Industries Ltd. (HongKong)
    3S Industries Pte Ltd (Singapore)
    3S Industries Rep. Office China
    3S Industries Iberica
    3S Industries AG
    100%
    100%
    100%
    100%
    Somont GmbH
    3S Swiss Solar
    Systems AG
    Pasan SA
    Countries
    Core-
    competence:
    Key-
    products
    Located:
    • Electrical interconnection
    • 21. Handling
    • 22. String-soldering machine
    Umkirch (GER)
    Neuchâtel (CH)
    • Mechanical interconnection
    • 25. Solar module development
    • 26. Lamination line
    • 27. Certification, KHT
    Lyss (CH)
    • Sales and Services
    • 28. All components
  • 03.05.2010
    Seite 7
    3S optimal positioned in the solar value chain
    Tester
    Installation
    Operation
    Electrical connecting
    Crystalline solar cell
    Testing
    Encapsulation
    c-Si
    3S Key products
    Laminator
    BIPV products
    Soldering-
    maschine
    Testing
    Electrical connecting
    Thinfilmsubstrat
    Encapsulation
    Installation
    Operation
    Thinfilm
  • 29. 03.05.2010
    Seite 8
    Merger of 3S and Meyer Burger as of Jan. 14th 2010A unique technology group is formed
    Over 50 years of Swiss machine building excellence
    Staff with over 20 years of PV expertise
    All key processes from wafering to module production are in house
    Global service infrastructure
    Market capitalization of Bill 1.2 CHF
    900 staff around the globe to serve our costumers
  • 30. 03.05.2010
    Seite 9
    Core Business
    Core Business
    Quartz- Sand
    Poly-silicon
    Ingots
    Solar Cell
    Wafer
    Module
    Installation
    Core Business
  • 31. 03.05.2010
    Seite 10
    Integrated value chain enables innovation & standardisation
    Mono- /Multi c-Si
    Ingot-/Wafer Slicing
    Solar cells
    Solar modules
    Solar systems
    (1)
    Note: (1) Cooperation agreement with Oerlikon Systems
  • 32. 03.05.2010
    Seite 11
    Meyer Burger Group OEM
    Services provided by Partners
    MB Service Bases
    3S Industries
    3S Industries Service Centres
    MB Customer Service Centres
    Global service & process support as a key factor of success
  • 33. 03.05.2010
    Seite 12
    Photovoltaic has a huge Potential
    >300
    bn. US$
    2030
  • 34. 03.05.2010
    Seite 13
    Module Production Process
    Testing
    Assembly
    Lamination
    Lay-up
    Cell connetion
    c-Si
    1
    3
    2
    4
    5
    1. Edge trimming 2. Frame press
    3. Junction box
    Power
    testing
    Cells
    Glass cleaning
    Foil cutting
    Soldering
    Thin-film:
    PV-Substrate
    Sorting
    +Packing
    monolithic interconnected
    thin-film cells on substrate
  • 35. 03.05.2010
    Seite 14
    Turn-key automated Module Production Line
    Edge trimming
    Framing
    Junction box
    Flasher
    Key characteristics
    • Turn-key line
    • 36. Incl. know how transfer and certification
    • 37. Solar module product licensing
    • 38. Competence centres in Lyss and Freiburg
    User benefits
    • Process flexibility and efficiency
    • 39. Product flexibility
    • 40. Fast track product certification
    Laminating Line
    Stringer
    Lay-up
    Glass washing machine
  • 41. 03.05.2010
    Seite 15
    Key characteristics
    • 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
    User benefits
    • High volume high yield
    • 46. Lowest BOS cost
    • 47. Optimised for mass-production
    Turn-key high-automated Module Production Line
    Lay-up
    Glass washing
    Stringer
    Lamination
    Trimming
    Sorter
    Junction Box
    Tester
    Framing
  • 48. 03.05.2010
    Seite 16
    Fast technology transfer gives our costumer a competitive advantage
    Initial production line for Lucky Power Taiwan – medium automation degree high flexibility
    Scope of supply: Technology transfer;Production equipmentCertification assistance
  • 49. 03.05.2010
    Seite 17
    Fast technology transfer gives our costumer a competitive advantage
    1 MW Solar BIPV glas/glas modules produced by Lucky Power
  • 50. 03.05.2010
    Seite 18
    900
    800
    700
    Thinfilm
    Grid parity inthe most important markets
    600
    500
    GW
    400
    300
    Installed c-Module
    200
    100

    2009E
    2010E
    2011E
    2012E
    2013E
    2014E
    2015E
    2016E
    2017E
    Process, Costs & Market Development
    Pace & Volume
    Si Costs < 0.20 $/WOther Costs Wafer < 0.25 $/WCell to Module < 0.40 $/WTotal Costs < 0.85 $/WPrice / Module < 1.00 $/W
    Si Consumption < 5.5 gr/W Efficiency Mono > 20 % Multi > 17.5 %
    Quelle: Schätzungen MBT
    Future Market & Price Development
  • 51. 03.05.2010
    Seite 19
    Characteristics of integrated systems offering
    Integrated system supplier from wavering to module assembly, driving the value chain Integration
    Move from linked single machineto fully integrated highly efficient and industrialised production lines Industrialisation
    Focus on whole value chain allows technological innovation to set future standards and be the cost leader in the crystalline PV market  Innovation
    Cost of Ownership drivers
    Material utilizationmore kWh per kg siliconless energy consumption
    Cost
    AutomationLess handlingCreate systems
    Process stabilityuptimeyield
    Technology leadership and integrated systems drive TCoO
  • 52. 03.05.2010
    Seite 20
    Solar is still at the very beginning…
  • 53. 03.05.2010
    Seite 21
    Time to think big