Bornay Aerogeneradores finally lands in the United States to introduce its new range of mini wind turbines. This represents the introduction into the US market of important innovations for the small wind industry.
The Spanish company will be present as an exhibitor and lecturer at the Small Wind Conference in Minneapolis, a benchmark for small wind in the United States. There they will show the latest innovations of their equipment and innovations that allow, among other things, monitoring new machines from anywhere in the world with, only, an Internet connection. This innovation helps the company to continuously improve its products through its R & D & I area of which a representative will also be present at the fair.
Thus, Bornay’s representatives present in the Small Wind Conference will be Gonzalo Ortiz, the new incorporation of Bornay who will become the country manager in the United States, and David Ludback, of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and member of Bornay’s research and innovation team in the UPM. Since its first edition in 2005, with only 42 participants, this fair has become a highly recognized and internationally appreciated networking opportunity, especially for small entrepreneurs related to this sector.
The company will be present at the Small Wind Conference in Minneapolis, a benchmark for small wind in the United States. There they will show the latest innovations of their equipment and innovations that allow, among other things, monitoring new machines from anywhere in the world with, only, an Internet connection.
Bornay, a company born in 1970 in Castalla, Alicante, has opened a subsidiary of the company in the US in Miami. The company places great importance on research and internal development, which is carried out by the company’s R + D + i department. In addition, it is a distributor of other ranges of renewable energy products to meet its customers’ needs when it comes to green energy. Likewise, in 2015 it created a new division, Bornay Comercial, for the distribution of premium batteries for the leisure and recreation, nautical, industrial and mobility sectors.
All its products are manufactured in bioclimatic and self-sufficient facilities, where the company’s premises are located. “This is one of its ways of contributing to the sustainability of the planet, as also is to carry out social responsibility projects such as ‘Ilumina Sonrisas’, a policy based on a crowfunding project whose objective is to help NGOs to provide renewable energy for depressed areas where conventional energy does not reach, ” they note in a statement.