30.11.2016 – J.v.G. technology GmbH is set to increase the shares in the Joint Venture production for their DESERT panels. At the same time, the company is also switching the direct sales to the JV company in Poland to save costs and speed up the production process. This represents an exciting opportunity for investors to capitalise in the technology of the future.
J.v.G. technology GmbH are set to increase shares specifically in the Joint Venture panel production in Poland. The new name of the JV company is „J. v. G. Revolution 6“, based in Poland and will produce DESERT panels for regions where there are not any JV factories locally. J.v.G. technology GmbH is currently going from strength to strength as its groundbreaking DESERT panels and photovoltaic technology are becoming increasingly recognised as a sustainable and realistic solution to the need for renewable energy. Most solar panels are designed to be used in countries with moderate climates and are not able to withstand the harsh aridity and frequent sandstorms of desert environments.
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The success of J.v.G. technology GmbH is brilliant news as the development and manufacture of DESERT solar panels that can produce energy despite the extremely high range of temperatures, and survive for sufficiently long time to make it worthwhile investing in means that large-scale DESERT solar power could soon become an actuality.
The latest developments of J.v.G. technology GmbH represents years of research into the best ways of harnessing the inexhaustible power of the sun. At a time of increasing concern about the effects of global warming, one thing is for sure; the success of J.v.G. technology GmbH is undoubtedly good news for the planet.
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