LONGi Wins at “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress 2021

LONGi Wins at “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress 2021

China-based leading solar PV manufacturer LONGi announced today that it has once again received recognition at the 2021 edition of the TÜV Rheinland “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress, with its Hi-MO 4 and Hi-MO 5 high-efficiency modules winning awards for PV Module Outdoor Energy Yield (Monofacial Group) and PV Module Energy Yield Simulation (Bifacial monocrystalline group) respectively.

The AQM award is awarded after an objective evaluation process which comprises an authoritative selection mechanism. It has become a well-reputed honour and a competitive stage for companies in the PV industry. Energy yield simulation is assessed on the basis of samples randomly selected from mass-produced modules, with performance tested and energy yield simulated under different environmental conditions across numerous countries. LONGi has now won awards for Energy Yield Simulation in 2017 and 2018, Outdoor Energy Yield in 2019, and Outdoor Energy Yield (Monofacial Group + Bifacial Group) in 2020.

Dennis She, Senior Vice President at LONGi Solar, was invited to participate in a roundtable discussion at the congress on the opportunities and challenges faced by the solar PV industry in contributing to China’s goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality before 2060. The development of new energy and the transformation of energy structure is being undertaken at an accelerated speed to achieve carbon neutrality. Facing the challenges presented to the PV industry in terms of capacity expansion, She said that LONGi will continue to develop its product leadership strategy, keep investing in R&D and turn high-value research results into mass production, so as to contribute to the carbon neutrality target.

The company states that it is leading the PV industry’s development because of its innovative breakthrough technologies, and that its Hi-MO series modules continue to break efficiency barriers and accelerate the ongoing reduction of LCOE. The firm achieved record shipments of 24.53GW in 2020.

Dennis She added that the PV industry should work in unison to improve the efficiency and reliability of products, enhancing the value gain of the whole life cycle of the power plant system and linking the entire industry chain, standardizing products and enhancing resource supply and deployment capacity in order to promote the comprehensive, coordinated and sustainable development of clean energy.

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