A solar company had purchased over $100 Million worth of solar equipment. When they closed a little over one year later we purchased their equipment for a fraction of that  price. The equipment is state of the art, the shipping alone was over one hundred thousand dollars.

 

Some of the equipment that we do not need will be sold and be company assets, other pieces converted to be used on Graphene based panels, the remainder we will use as is.

These are some of the items

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KARL EIESENHAMMER, Advisor

Karl has two bachelor’s degrees, one in Chemical engineering from University of Rhode Island and another in Electrical engineering from New England Institute of Technology.  He has worked in the aerospace industry for over 20 years.  His experience spans working for such prestigious companies as Virgin Orbit, Orbital ATK, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Polaroid, Honeywell, and Texas Instruments, to name a few.


As a young man he enjoyed building circuit boards and rebuilding engines.  In those days his work ethic was forged by working with his father, in the textile machine service industry.  Karl’s focus on the job at hand is matched by few others.


Among his accomplishments are computer automation, electronics designs, mechanical designs, and systems integration, from concept to final creation. He is motivated to making ideas turn into reality.  He is a hand’s on man who feels strongly about and enjoys, building something better.


We find Karl a perfect fit for our Nanotech Engineering team with his love of discovering great new technology, along with his exemplary problem-solving skills. He is a highly motivated individual, with a strong work ethic and great communication skills. His experience is right in line with our current phase of setting up the manufacturing facility and helping us fine tune our new machinery.