SUN & WIND ENERGY opens its archive!

01.12.2016

As of now, SUN & WIND ENERGY opens its archives. You can browse, read and download every article that has been published since 2003. It’s a special service to our readers – and it’s for free!

Renewables today is all about companies expanding their business models to new markets, adapting products and services to these new markets, promoting new technologies at an incredible speed – just think of the growth of the storage industry!

The only medium that is fast enough to keep pace with this ever faster turning wheel is the internet. That is why SUN & WIND ENERGY has started to relaunch its website www.sunwindenergy.com. Starting in January, you will find reports from industry insiders, from researchers and developers who will allow for some insights into their workspace. There will be more news from gigawatt markets as well as from new and developing ones, from established companies as well as from start-ups.

AND: As of now, SUN & WIND ENERGY opens its archives. You can browse, read and download every article that has been published since 2003 here. It’s a special service to our readers – and it’s for free!

While changes are about to come, we will stick to our DNA: being a unique source of high value information about renewable energy technologies, i.e. about solar thermal, photovoltaics and wind power

Just like this entire industry is in a constant process of change, we, too, are inventing ourselves anew. You are invited to visit us at www.sunwindenergy.com!

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