- LONGi announces that the company will be officially joining the EV100 and EP100 initiatives by the Climate Group
- Runjian wins the bid for 300 MWp agricultural photovoltaic power station project for RMB 24 million
- SDIC Power Holdings Co., Ltd. and the People's Government of Pingtang County to build 1 GW PV and wind power project
- Sunman has secured $7 million from CEFC to further grow its revolutionary lightweight, flexible solar panels
LONGi joins Climate Group EV100 and EP100 initiatives: At the UK pavilion of the 3rd China International Import Expo, LONGi’s Founder and President Li Zhenguo announced the company’s Net Zero Carbon Photovoltaic Plan and went on to add that it will be officially joining the EV100 and EP100 initiatives by the Climate Group. LONGi will uphold the vision of “Utilizing solar energy, Building a green world “, by setting strategic goals, paying close attention to carbon emissions in the production and operation process, while sharing energy-saving, carbon emission reduction and new energy technology development experience to create a better living environment for mankind and inject “green power” into the sustainable development of the world. The solar company already joined the RE100 initiative in March 2020.
Runjian wins bid for 300 MW PV power project: Construction Engineering company Runjian has won the bid for a 300 MW agricultural photovoltaic power station project in Mamayya, Guanling County, Huadian, with a bid amount of RMB 24 million ($3.63 million). It said this win is an important milestone in the company’s development plan and marks a new breakthrough in the company’s power business.
SDIC Power to build 1 GW PV and wind power project: SDIC Power Holdings Co., Ltd. and the People’s Government of Pingtang County signed what they call the Pingtang County Wind Power and Photovoltaic Power Project Investment and Development Agreement. As per the agreement, the company will build one wind power project and three photovoltaic power generation projects with a total installed capacity of about 1 GW and a total investment of about RMB 4 billion ($.61 billion).
Sunman receives $7 million from CEFC to fast-track solar innovation: Sunman has secured $7 million from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) to further grow its revolutionary lightweight, flexible solar panels. The focus will be on developing and deploying the innovative solar energy technology behind CEFC’s eArc solar modules, and optimising its installation processes.