Recently donation ceremony, titled “To illumine depopulated zone and protect Yangtze River–Tongwei Group is committed”, was successfully held at the Yangtze Source Ecological Protection Station.
Ten sets of photovoltaic power generator units were donated by Tongwei Group for Green River, following the last one in 2018.
The charitable activity aims to provide electric power for equipment of the observatory at Bande Lake as well as support for the protection of the habitat of bar-headed geese.
Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia, and President of the Asia Society Public Institute, sent a congratulation letter for the event.
Over the past ten years, Tongwei has been forging ahead in the photovoltaic power industry. Now it has grown into an integrated photovoltaic enterprise ranging from upstream production of crystalline silicon and production of high-performance solar cell to construction and operation of terminal photovoltaic power stations.
Sichuan Yongxiang Co., Ltd., a subsidiary upstream of the industrial chain, has a production capacity of 80,000 tons a year for high-purity crystalline silicon, ranking third in the world.
Tongwei Solar Co., Ltd., midstream of the industrial chain, has a solar cell production capacity of 13GW and the company expects it to exceed 20GW by the end of 2019.
At the end of the industrial Chain, Tongwei tries to combine aquiculture and photovoltaic power generation organically and vigorously promote the innovative development model that integrates fishery and photovoltaic power.
“Looking ahead, Tongwei will continue to work hard and strive for the goal of building a world-class clean energy enterprise and drive the global campaign to revolutionize clean energy so as to create the most beautiful environment for future generations,” said the company in a statement.
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