Since its launch in May last year, Current± has sought to chart the transition towards a decarbonised, decentralised energy economy, uncovering the companies, technologies and solutions that are enabling a once-in-a-lifetime change in power.
We have been overwhelmed by the growth in traffic recorded in less than a year, indicating the sheer scale of importance the energy sector has shown in the transition. But while there is no shortage of interest, we have become increasingly aware that there is also no shortage of confusion.
When it comes to procurement in this ever-changing sector, it can sometimes be difficult to know which way to turn.
It’s Current±’s intent to ease this confusion via the Hub, a smart directory of trusted providers that will act as a one-stop-shop for the energy transition.
Companies listed on the Hub will be able to host their own profile, exhibiting their solutions and services to the tens of thousands of energy professionals that read Current± each month.
Showcase your business’ contribution to the transition by hosting, among others, blogs, videos, your tailored Current± news feed and social media streams on your personal Hub page.
In addition, the site’s bespoke architecture will help introduce our portfolio of trusted suppliers to those in need.
“Covering the energy sector over the past year has been something of a non-stop learning curve, and the only constant has been change. It’s our own experience trying to navigate the changing landscape that has informed our decision to launch the Hub, which we hope will help demystify the procurement process for those companies tasked with delivering change, and quickly,” Liam Stoker, editor at Current±, said.
Positions on the Hub are also competitively priced, with subscriptions available from as little as £12 per day, which includes the hosting of a bespoke profile, contact form, video hosting, banner advertising on Current± and discounts on other Solar Media products.