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Tatung introduces the small wind turbines Windspot in Taiwan

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 Tatung introduces the small wind turbines Windspot in Taiwan

TATUNG business group has already begun promoting our turbines WINDSPOT.

Tatung & WindspotThe giant corporation  has made  an official presentation of our small wind turbines to the Asian media in Taiwan.
They show a scale reproduction of one of our mills with the TATUNG logo.

Firm commitment to clean energy
The Asian company is making a big effort on renewable energy, and they demonstrate it during the presentation, which was attended by the president of TATUNG, Lin Wei-shan.
The vice president of the corporation, Lin Kuo Wen-yen, said that TATUNG is pushing ahead in the direction of carbon footprint reduction and energy saving. She also pointed out that they are aiming to grasp this opportunity and hoping the government will support them in that direction.

Tatung expects a boom in clean energy
According to Lin, the cost of adopting clean energy is gradually coming down, these energy sources would be adopted worldwide.
The vice president of TATUNG expects a boom in clean energy business. 10% of the company´s revenue is derived from its booming clean energy business and she thinks that the growth momentum in the sector should outpace other businesses.

More  promotion for  windspot
Taipei show has been the official presentation of the turbines WINDSPOT to Asian media, but not the only promotional activity. TATUNG has also shown our wind turbines in the fair of Hagzhou, China, which took place between 21 and 24 of this month. The continued presence of this company across Asian fairs ensures WINDSPOT products will be also present.
Sonkyo Energy recently signed an agreement with the Asian giant which is going to exclusively distribute our small wind turbines in Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. The signature includes a commitment to purchase 330 wind turbines WINSPOT in the following 18 months.