|Top Banner (440 x 60 pixels)||€ 290* per month|
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|Messaging Plus Unit (440 x 60 pixels)||€ 520* per month|
The Messaging Plus Unit module will display a separate frame containing a banner when people visit our website. Other sizes are also possible and prices are on request. (jpg and gif files only). The Messaging Plus Unit is ideal to inform our visitors about special evenst, new products, etc.
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InsertsAd further choice and flexibility to your sales and marketing strategy by placing either bound-in or loose inserts in our publications. We can also provide demographic splits for inserts to further help your target your specific marketing needs.
|Basic cost||€ 2,150|
|Insert cost||€ 33/1000|
|Postage cost||€ 8 per extra kilo|
Windtech International is the worldwide information magazine for the wind energy industry. It provides the ideal forum for the promotion and explanation of new products, techniques and applications. This trusted and well-respected source of information is read regularly by an increasing readership
Windtech International gives topical overviews and the latest news and developments in the technology and management of wind energy activities.
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An international movement against wind energy is maturing – across the globe today there exist over 1,000 anti-wind groups. The origin of the opposition is, in some instances, fossil fuel and nuclear backed interest groups and, at other times, local community members with genuine concern. Regardless of the source, this burgeoning trend must be dealt with effectively, transparently and compassionately. The alternative: once-trusted company names and brands become vilified, inspiring antagonism and encouraging locals to unify against wind energy projects.
Tiff Thompson writes a column for us which will dig into the causes of anti-wind sentiment and the maturing of opposition against wind energy development, including groups, popular arguments and their proposed countermeasures, as well as an introduction to the spectrum of solutions that wind energy professionals can tap into in order to quell what may otherwise become an unmanageable storm of hostility.
Publishers Note 107