CHINT will hold the “CHINT, Turn on the Love” solar donation ceremony at 14:00, August 29th Brazil Time at ENIE 2018, where CHINT will also be exhibiting from August 28th to 29th in Stand No. i13, White Green Expo Center Norte.
The principal of the University of UNIFEBE, Gunther Lother Pertschy will be present at the ceremony to receive this high technology donation from the General Manager of CHINT Latin America, Jacky Xiang.
The solar system that will be donated to the University of UNIFEBE will replace the normal parking shed with solar panels, converting sunlight to solar energy.
This system can not only help the university save on electricity costs, but also offers a solar system research demonstration for the engineering students interested in new energy development.
“CHINT, Turn on the Love” is a project initiated in 2017 by CHINT, aimed at helping society solve the world’s energy shortage problems. CHINT Solar, the business unit of CHINT founded in 2006 for the production of high quality monocrystalline and polycrystalline photovoltaic modules, will provide its reliable and professional solar systems to schools, hospitals and welfare institutions to over 15 countries, including Brazil, Czech Republic, Egypt, Ghana, India, and Kenya.
As a leading global electrical equipment and integrated supplier, CHINT is committed to providing the world with safe, reliable and stable electrical equipment and clean energy solutions.
As a member of the global family, CHINT never shirks its social responsibility and takes world charity as its duty.
In 2009, CHINT established a charity foundation with a registered capital of 90 million RMB (around US $9.13 million).
Through the years, CHINT has spent more than 300 million RMB (around US $44 million) to support different activities such as “low carbon” series campaigns and student financial aid; disaster relief efforts for earthquakes, floods, and other disasters; and other charity projects.