The whole solar thermal sector united in one book

21.01.2016
The last six editions of the Solar Thermal World Address Book.
The last six editions of the Solar Thermal World Address Book.

In only a few weeks we will publish the newest edition of the SOLAR THERMAL WORLD ADDRESS BOOK, the only comprehensive overview of the global solar thermal industry and its complete value chain. If you want to be part of the book and present your company to the global industry, 

The SUN & WIND ENERGY Solar Thermal World Address Book is THE internationally indispensable directory of the solar thermal sector. In this book all important participants of the solar thermal value chain - from the raw material supplier up to the collector manufacturer - are listed in more than 45 categories.

If your company is still missing you can book an entry online. Due date is January 29th !

 

Similar Entries

Integrated-Solar-Bickleigh (pict. ViridianSolar)

Viridian Solar announces today that leading UK roofing systems manufacturer, Marley has acquired 100% of the share capital of its business. The move provides the foundation for further growth for the roof-integrated solar specialist as it prepares for rapid growth driven by changes to building regulations and its expansion into international markets.

Episode 1: ‘Understanding Hydropower’ (pict. SSE plc.)

SSE Renewables has released two video tours designed to give an insight into the world of hydropower, at a time when access to their operational estate is restricted by ongoing coronavirus precautions.

Bienvenida PV plant by ib vogt (pict. b vogt)

. ib vogt completed construction of the Talanx Group’s 180 MWp solar power plant near the town of Bienvenida in Badajoz, Spain. The project commenced commercial operations and achieved its formal Provisional Acceptance (PAC) milestone in the first quarter of this year despite challenges from COVID-19 restrictions.

Webinar "Operation of Wind Power Plants in Cold Climate 2021" (pict. VGB)

For the first time the results of the VGB Research Project “Comparison of blade-based ice detection systems” will be presented at the webinar
"Operation of Wind Power Plants in Cold Climate".