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Sunseeker Energy Holding AG and Nations Roof Plan to Establish ...

There are 82 comments on the PRWeb story from Jul 28, 2009, titled Sunseeker Energy Holding AG and Nations Roof Plan to Establish .... In it, PRWeb reports that:

Sunseeker Energy has developed a new concentrated solar energy unit that reduces the active solar panel area per megawatt.Nations Roof is America's 11th largest roofing solutions supplier and is highly experienced in providing environmentally sustainable roofing solutions and solar installations to its extensive national client base.'With 18 ...

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BlueFin

New York, NY

#70 May 14, 2014
A forum link for all those that have been swindled by Sunseeker:
http://www.sunseekerstolemymoney.com/...
Alison Young

Ahmedabad, India

#71 May 20, 2014
Another one approach uses the heat from solar concentrators to drive the steam reformation of natural gas thereby increasing the overall hydrogen yield compared to conventional reforming methods
bluefin

New York, NY

#72 May 21, 2014
A forum link for all those that have been swindled by Sunseeker:
http://www.sunseekerstolemymoney.com/ ...
Trap

New York, NY

#73 Jul 13, 2014
Trap

New York, NY

#74 Aug 5, 2014
Help us catch the Sunseeker Energy criminals @

http://www.sunseekerstolemymoney.com/...
Alison Young

Ahmedabad, India

#75 Aug 8, 2014
Solar Energy company committed to developing new generation solar and hybrid power technologies for sustainable energy use throughout the world.
Harry

New York, NY

#76 Aug 8, 2014
Help us catch the Sunseeker Energy criminals @

http://www.sunseekerstolemymoney.com/ ...
Alison Young

Ahmedabad, India

#77 Aug 10, 2014
It's a very good idea to install Sunseeker Energy on roof. It is save the electricity and use solar energy as alternative energy of electricity.
Keef Wivaneff

Ireland

#78 Aug 11, 2014
Alison Young wrote:
It's a very good idea to install Sunseeker Energy on roof. It is save the electricity and use solar energy as alternative energy of electricity.
You are either a retard or a scammer.
Either way, you can take your Sunseeker Energy and stick it were the sun don't shine
Keef Wivaneff

Ireland

#79 Aug 11, 2014
WHERE the sun don't shine!
Jack

New York, NY

#80 Aug 12, 2014
Keef Wivaneff wrote:
<quoted text>
You are either a retard or a scammer.
Either way, you can take your Sunseeker Energy and stick it were the sun don't shine
HOW TRUE!
Harry

New York, NY

#81 Aug 13, 2014
Keef Wivaneff wrote:
WHERE the sun don't shine!
Retard or Scammer or BOTH
BJaol

New York, NY

#83 Jan 11, 2015
So that is the end of this subject?
amaed20

London, UK

#85 Jul 23, 2015
Not the end of it, Colin and his cohorts have finally been caught up with by ASIC, they raised $5m before they were caught despite strong representation from the Australian media and various individuals inclusing myself.
RESA has gone on and is selling product in India, China and UK along with installations of real sites in Australia, looks as though they are actually doing something and at least chalking one up.
It is a simple thing in this industry, you cannot beat the laws of physics, investors need to understand that, Colin and his mates put up all this hoo hah about having this and that, sounded like they needed a team of 1000's as they were bigger than BHP, but they worked from an office above a bakery!
Keef Wivanef

Lane Cove, Australia

#86 Jul 24, 2015
amaed20 wrote:
Not the end of it, Colin and his cohorts have finally been caught up with by ASIC, they raised $5m before they were caught despite strong representation from the Australian media and various individuals inclusing myself.
RESA has gone on and is selling product in India, China and UK along with installations of real sites in Australia, looks as though they are actually doing something and at least chalking one up.
It is a simple thing in this industry, you cannot beat the laws of physics, investors need to understand that, Colin and his mates put up all this hoo hah about having this and that, sounded like they needed a team of 1000's as they were bigger than BHP, but they worked from an office above a bakery!
Really? Can you provide any links?
Green Scams......don't get me started!
black jack

New York, NY

#87 Jul 24, 2015
Right Keef,

Show us the proof?
black jack

New York, NY

#88 Jul 24, 2015
As long as their site remains up, they are open for more suckers.
Solarman

La Quinta, CA

#89 Jul 25, 2015
black jack wrote:
As long as their site remains up, they are open for more suckers.
A simple explanation, amed20 doesn't know the difference between a viable product and vaporware. Let's look at a viable product that tanked very badly. When the U.S. Government gave Solyndra over 500 million dollars to manufacture a more efficient solar PV solution, they did not take a good look (if at all) the business model and the current position of the solar PV manufacturing business. After all the money and B.S., Solyndra's product was more efficient than what was on the market at the time. The problem? The Solyndra product cost much more than standard solar PV panels. For a system, say 6KW peak, you would use less panels from Solyndra, but you could add two to four standard PV panels and it would cost much less than Solyndra. You could get "like" panels from many solar PV manufacturers, so Solyndra lost in the market place and pissed away 500 million of taxpayers money. Moral of this story, just because it works, and is more efficient than the product on the market now, you still have to be competitive in price or it's a no go.
Keef Wivanef

Lane Cove, Australia

#90 Jul 25, 2015
Solarman wrote:
<quoted text>A simple explanation, amed20 doesn't know the difference between a viable product and vaporware. Let's look at a viable product that tanked very badly. When the U.S. Government gave Solyndra over 500 million dollars to manufacture a more efficient solar PV solution, they did not take a good look (if at all) the business model and the current position of the solar PV manufacturing business. After all the money and B.S., Solyndra's product was more efficient than what was on the market at the time. The problem? The Solyndra product cost much more than standard solar PV panels. For a system, say 6KW peak, you would use less panels from Solyndra, but you could add two to four standard PV panels and it would cost much less than Solyndra. You could get "like" panels from many solar PV manufacturers, so Solyndra lost in the market place and pissed away 500 million of taxpayers money. Moral of this story, just because it works, and is more efficient than the product on the market now, you still have to be competitive in price or it's a no go.
I don't believe it was ever a sensible idea.
The use of copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) did (at the time) offer a lower cost per watt than silicon but the sensible way to use it is in the form of flat panels which is what several manufacturers did.
The claim that by forming the material into cylinders with most of the material at the wrong angle to the sun, and with half of it pointed AWAY from the sun is pure BS.
The litmus test for a Green Widget company should be to provide evidence that the idea is sound and has a good chance of success. After that has been established then the money supply should be carefully monitored to ensure it is directed towards R & D and not simply shoveled down the executives trousers.
boo

New York, NY

#91 Jul 28, 2015
NEW NEWS July 23, 2015 at 11:36 am
Colin MacAskill deceived one of my clients in Thailand, which was very costly. He is a compulsive liar and a user and abuser of honest people.

He now uses a Hong Kong company for deception now that the Sunseeker Energy name is down the toilet. The company is called Guidepost Investments Limited an dis fronted by a rotund English partner McAskill, using the very common name of Jeff Barnes.

http://www.guidepostinvestments.com/
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