Need a Solar Panel Expert Witness?
There are many kinds of solar panels currently on the market, but nearly all of the world’s photovoltaics today are based on some type of silicon.
Photovoltaics (PV) is the process of converting solar energy into direct current electricity using semiconducting materials that have a photovoltaic effect.
Photovoltaics is commonly studied in physics, photochemistry and electrochemistry, so naturally many of ForensisGroup’s Solar Panel Expert Witnesses have educations and practical experience in these disciplines.
This includes knowledge and experience in the field of engineering with expertise in solar energy and solar photovoltaic.
ForensisGroup’s Solar Panel Expert Witnesses consult with insurance companies, corporations, and law firms on matters that deal with:
- Analyzing potential photovoltaic projects
- Designing PV systems
- Writing technical RFP specifications
- Evaluating photovoltaics project bids
- Performing PV construction inspections
- Installing photovoltaic systems for both public and private clients
Some of our solar panel experts also help design and evaluate new PV components and products for the photovoltaic and solar panel industry.
The professional experience of photovoltaic and solar panel experts includes positions as project managers and supervisors for PV design and construction, PV design engineers, and energy services supervisors.
These experts are members of state and national solar electric power associations, organizations that promote efficient environmental energy systems, and renewable energy professional groups.
In the event you are unable to locate a suitable Solar Panel Expert Witness for your case, ForensisGroup is a full-service Expert Witness Referral Company.
Our commitment to knowing each expert and what makes them perfect for your case will save you and your clients time and money while providing peace of mind.
Trusted by more than 20,000 clients and serving 30,000 cases nationwide, we’ll connect you with the best and right Solar Panel Expert so you can focus on your case preparation and trial.