ENF Launches Japanese and Spanish PV Databases

Photovoltaic market research and trade company, ENF Ltd., announced the launch of their free-of-charge global online PV directory in their 4th and 5th language versions: Japanese and Spanish.

Photovoltaic market research and trade company, ENF Ltd., announced the launch of their free-of-charge global online PV directory in their 4th and 5th language versions: Japanese and Spanish.


ENF's PV directory was previously available in English, Chinese and Italian - and had been attracting over 200,000 page views each month. Because the Japanese PV market has for a long time been among the global top three, and the new feed-in tariff policies implemented by the Spanish government have turned Spain into a new PV star - the popularity of the directory is expected to increase significantly after the launch of these two language versions.

ENF's free-of-charge global online PV directory currently lists 2,260 photovoltaic manufacturers and installation companies, sorted by product categories and by country. A large amount of time and effort from the ENF database team goes into researching the directory: adding newly-found PV players and keeping companies' information updated. Many direct contacts have been made to companies that are listed or to be listed in the database by ENF's market research and trade teams. Companies that are listed in the database or wanting to be listed on the database can directly contact ENF to update their listing.

The database can be found at: www.enf.cn


Direct links to language versions are as follows:

English: www.enf.cn
Italian: www.enf.cn/it
Spanish: www.enf.cn/es
Chinese: www.enf.cn/ch
Japanese: www.enf.cn/jp

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