Bonn/Berlin, 20. October 2011, From November 1st onwards, pvXchange will be a new supporter of Joint Forces for Solar. With the participation of the service provider for 2011 and 2012, the initiative has enhanced its network within the stages of the solar value added chain with a new partner from the photovoltaic industry. As a supporter, the Berlin based company strengthens its position as an intermediary between globally active manufacturers of photovoltaic components and local end customers.
“We are pleased that with pvXchange an important partner from the service segment of the photovoltaic industry is involved within the initiative. Just like our initiative, the trading platform links different stages of the value added chain. The industry will benefit from the widespread network of Joint Forces for Solar and long-term experience of pvXchange”, Daniel Fuchs, project manager of Joint Forces for Solar, comments on the partnership.
New partnerships by pvXchange
pvXchange is the worldwide leading online business-to-business center for photovoltaic components. The platform mediates between providers and potential buyers independently. Since its foundation in 2004, pvXchange has been able to establish an international customer base of more than 8,000 solar companies and supports the expansion of photovoltaics worldwide. The combination of a market place which is available round the clock and an international team of 45 brokers provides plenty of potential for improvements in efficiency for its customers. “We are pleased to accompany the valuable initiative Joint Forces for Solar as a founding supporter and are aware of the many common goals of the initiative and our company”, says Olaf Emmerich, Chief Marketing Officer of pvXchange.
Joint Forces for Solar builds the bridge between the stakeholders of the photovoltaic value added chain. At its events, it brings together local installers and globally active companies, provides grass-roots knowledge on market developments, and brings international best practice to local markets.
Source: EuPD Research