Fostering Stronger Bonds with the Polish Solar Community: Runergy Honored to Join SBF Polska PV

Runergy has recently announced its partnership with SBF Polska PV, a prominent solar organization in Poland. This collaboration marks a significant development in Runergy’s engagement with the Polish solar community, demonstrating its unwavering dedication to advancing solar energy and solidifying its position as a pioneer in industry innovation and sustainability practices within Poland and beyond.

Fostering Stronger Bonds With The Polish Solar Community: Runergy Honored To Join SBF Polska PV

By aligning with SBF Polska PV as a supporting member, Runergy has forged closer connections with key players and professionals in the solar industry in Poland. Through collaborative efforts in exploring industry trends and researching solar technology and practices, Runergy is well-equipped to navigate market changes with agility. As a BloombergNEF Tier 1 module manufacturer, Runergy will collaborate with local professionals, business partners, and associations in Poland to promote the development of the solar industry, offering superior solar products for users in Poland and driving the green energy transition in the country.

As a globally recognized leader in the photovoltaic industry, Runergy focuses on research and development, as well as the production and distribution of PV solar cells and modules. The company operates production facilities for polysilicon, wafers, cells, and modules in many countries, establishing a vertically integrated value chain to meet the demands of the global market. With partners and customers worldwide, Runergy has established a strong presence in the European market and is steadfastly following a path of providing superior solar energy products with its partners.

About SBF

The Polish Photovoltaic Industry Association (SBF) is a non-governmental organization whose main goal is to promote and develop photovoltaics in Poland. The SBF Polska PV gathers a wide spectrum of companies from the photovoltaic industry, from equipment manufacturers through distributors to installation companies. The Association actively participates in public consultations on energy-related legislation, prepares and publishes reports on the Polish photovoltaic market, and contributes to the preparation of guidelines and standards for PV installations. The Association places a strong emphasis on promoting best practices in the selection, design, and implementation of photovoltaic power plants.

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