Stiftung Solarenergie - Solar Energy Foundation

Basler Landstrasse 8

D-79111 Freiburg i.Br.

T. +49 - 761 - 88 85 73 10

F. +49 - 761 - 88 85 73 29


Director: Dr. Harald Schützeichel


Foundation board: Beate Baumm, Albert Krikken, Ursula Schachenmann, Jörg Stüdeli

The Stiftung Solarenergie is recognised as a charitable organisation.

Responsible for the contents in accordance with § 10 paragraph 3 MDStV: Dr. Harald Schützeichel

1. Online content

The Stiftung Solarenergie accepts no responsibility for the topicality or completeness of the information provided. Liability claims against the Stiftung Solarenergie which relate to damages of a material or idealistic nature which were caused by the use or non-use of the provided information or by the use of incorrect or incomplete information are categorically excluded unless criminal intent or gross negligence on the part of the Stiftung Solarenergie can be proven. All contents are subject to change and are non-binding. The Stiftung Solarenergie explicitly reserves the right to alter, supplement or delete parts of the web pages or to change the entire content without separate prior notice or to suspend publication temporarily or forever.


2. External links

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3. Copyright and trademark law

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5. Severability clause

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