DMEGC Solar’s Sihong plant awarded first four-star zero-carbon certification

By DMEGC Solar
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DMEGC Solar has announced that its Sihong factory in China’s Jiangsu Province has become the industry’s first to be awarded zero carbon certification by TÜV SÜD,  underlining the company’s commitment to the dual goals of energy conservation and emission reduction (ECER) and following on from its previous milestone of producing modules using 100% renewable energy in September. The factory is already a recipient of low carbon footprint certification by France’s Certisolis.

TÜV SÜD carried out a comprehensive assessment of the Sihong plant based on the latest evaluation criteria (T/CECA-G 0171-2022), confirming that it delivers a 99% greenhouse gas offset and is powered entirely by renewable electricity.

Among measures adopted by the company in order to achieve the certification were   the launch of a sophisticated digital intelligent management platform, refining the energy mix and harnessing renewable energy coupled with carbon offset strategies. DMEGC has also integrated a distributed energy generation system within its facilities to extend the use of clean electricity, the retrofitting of equipment and introduction of precise operational controls enabling it to streamline its processes to achieve  cost savings and enhanced efficiency.

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