The new GSF Group website is online
The new Global Solar Fund website – www.www.globalsolarfund.com – is online from today: a strategic and user-friendly communication tool, it will be updated constantly. Through it, the Group will provide citizens, institutions and the media with the most interesting information about its activities.
“We wanted a new website – explains Giuseppe Tammaro, CEO of Global Solar Fund – in order to raise awareness of our activities and development policy, as well as to better focus our geographic presence (our photovoltaic plants are mainly located in Puglia) and to be as transparent as possible with our stakeholders. In this way, we wanted to affirm our ethical approach, which is also essential in order to take a calm and collected look at the future of this company and the entire industry.”
The site, simple and immediate in its architecture, has all the elements needed in order to provide an insight into Global Solar Fund corporate life. In addition to presenting its operational structure and management in Italy, the site contains a section that summarises the history of GSF and one that provides a detailed explanation of the business model adopted, which also covers all stages of the production cycle: from the acquisition of approved photovoltaic system projects to their design and construction, through to the way in which they are managed. A specific section of the site also gives information about job opportunities that periodically come up at the company, especially at the Brindisi site.
“On the homepage – emphasises Tammaro – we have included a downloadable version of our Code of Ethics, which governs the behaviour of GSF both externally and in the management of internal relations, as well as listing the principles of behaviour in corporate affairs. Anyone can look at GSF today as a serious and reliable entity that interacts with the area in which it operates and is socially responsible for the activities in the surrounding geographical area, namely the Salento and the province of Brindisi.”