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» IL SOLE 24 ORE \ 3 May 2010



2BG meets the needs of each customer

Due to its participation at Solarexpo, 2BG states the prosperity of a growing phase at enmity with the current economic crisis. Leading reality in the design and realization of stand alone machines as well as in the production lines for photovoltaic panels, its success is due to the customer needs satisfaction. From the most demanding customer, who requires high-tech equipment, to who wants to undertake a PV industrial plane, sometimes without any experience in this branch. The staff follows each project from the realization to the know-how transfer, including services such as help for obtaining the module certification as well as the post-sale support, features that create a strong support by an effective partner; moreover the possibility to customize equipment, according to customer’s specific requirements.  “Our equipments – says the owner Dario Bernardi– ensure even higher level of product reliability and they’re easy to use for the operator. This feature is essential, considering a global market that includes industrialized countries, and above all countries of low automation profile, but where the sector is quickly growing”. The current year seems to be the best, both in terms of turnover (which will be higher than 12 million euros) and in terms of the technological and business developments.These expectations are encouraged by the global recovery, which is boosting PV, sector which has suffered marginally the economic downturn. The company – continues Bernardi – besides being present in Europe through the parent company, has a representation both in India and U.S.A.; this allows to cover equidistant worldwide distribution and to offer support in short time. The project is to broaden the global presence, in order to provide consultancies and services on time”.

Regarding the technological development, 2BG road map aims to achieve within 2010 the photovoltaic modules production line fully automated from the cells welding to the module test.

2BG has found an agreement with a company, spin off of the University La Sapienza of Rome, for the development of equipment for the solar cells production which allows to enlarge the existing core business and the turnover.