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Seminar Details: Michael Rogol 2007-01-11 - Engineering - CECS - ANU
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Michael Rogol (MIT)
Presentation of research directions in solar energy at MIT from Michael Rogol, the vastly experienced editor of Photon International magazine (see bio).
Michael Rogol is an analyst with MIT's Laboratory for Energy & Environment and Managing Director of Photon Consulting.
focuses on emerging trends in the energy sector and his
recent work includes detailed reports on solar power (Solar Annual 2006: The Gun has Gone Off and Sun screen: Investment Opportunities in Solar Power) based on a global review of several hundred solar power companies.
Michael's background in energy includes more than a decade of experience as a management consultant to large energy players with McKinsey & Co
, Cambridge Energy Research Associates
and Washington Policy & Analysis
Outside the energy sector, Michael
has worked in politics (previously Special Assistant for Policy
for the 1992 Republican Platform Committee
, Executive Director of Powell'96
, member of George W. Bush's
2000 High Tech Advisory Committee) and in entertainment (producer of 20 20 20 series of documentary films on Asian youth culture for CLSA and previously host of a prime-time show on Korea's top TV network, KBS).
Academically, Michael holds an MBA from MIT and a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and was a Henry Luce East Asian Scholar in Korea.
He is pursuing a PhD in Engineering Systems at MIT and serves as a member of the Admission Committee for MIT's MBA program.
| PHOTON Consulting
This dynamic makes 2011 a critical decision-making year for solar executives," said Michael Rogol, PHOTON Consulting CEO.
"By 2012, companies not able to ...
"By 2012, companies not able to achieve $1/W through the module level, $2/W through the system level and $0.10/kWh to $.20/kWh for electricity are significantly at risk, because other companies will get there," stated PHOTON Consulting's Managing Director, Michael Rogol.
Michael Rogol, Managing ...
Michael Rogol, Managing Director
Michael Rogol is the head of PHOTON Consulting.
Prior to that, he worked as a research analyst for brokerage firm CLSA and as a management consultant for McKinsey.
Rogol holds an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
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"I have not seen a more beautiful example of rapid expansion of cash flow of any sector I've looked at and it looks like it will continue for the next few years," said Michael Rogol, a solar market analyst for CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, a brokerage firm of Credit Lyonnais for large institutional investors.
Consumer demand has played a critical role behind the boom.In an effort to combat steep fuel and electricity bills _ a result of scorching oil and natural gas prices _ an increasing number of homeowners are snapping up solar panels.
"What we have seen globally is that most installations take six months or longer from the time of ordering," Rogol
This year, solar-energy companies are on track to rake in an estimated $12 billion in revenue worldwide, up 50 percent from 2004, according to Rogol
.By 2010, he
expects that figure to more than triple to $40 billion.