PV America, a SEIA/SEPA conference focused this year on the rapidly developing market in the US Northeast, has selected Chaolysti to present at its inaugural poster exhibition on the topic "Using 7 Forms of Waste and Critical Path Method to Lower Operational Soft Costs in Residential Solar."
Chaolysti is excited to deepen the appreciation for "continuous improvement" within the solar industry, which has focused on customer acquisition and product/technology evaluation for much of the last decade. Lean is concept developed by Toyota's manufacturing process, where any assembly worker could stop the line to correct process defects and improve the overall process working upstream. Lean thinking and continuous improvement has grown to encompass non-manufacturing process improvement as well.
Chaolysti's poster will focus on how to identify the 7 Forms of Waste and then how to apply that knowledge to process design using the Critical Path Method.
PV America 2014 will take place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from June 23-25. Please join us for the poster reception on Tuesday, June 24 from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m to deepen your understanding of how Lean thinking and the continuous improvement philosophy can help your residential solar company streamline and reach profitability goals.