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LONGi joined RE100, promising to use 100% renewable energy

Source:LONGi Solar

LONGi Green Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “LONGi”) recently announced that it has officially joined the RE100 global initiative. LONGi promises that by 2028 at the latest, LONGi will use 100% renewable energy to produce and operate electricity worldwide.

The RE100 initiative, launched by The Climate Group, brings together Apple, Google, Facebook, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, philips, Goldman sachs and other influential global companies to commit to 100% renewable electricity worldwide in the shortest possible time (2050 at The latest). By joining RE100, LONGi will assume greater responsibility for global low-carbon economic development and the achievement of climate goals.

In recent years, LONGi has been actively installing solar photovoltaic systems on the roofs of its factories to clean up the electricity they need.At the same time, LONGi also actively develop photovoltaic power station and has developed more than 2GW of ground-mounted power stations and 1.5GW of industrial and commercial power stations. LONGi is one of the first batch of photovoltaic enterprises to purchase green license, and has also been listed in the list of green manufacturing enterprises of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China for many times.

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