Embrace Green, Think About The Future, Protect The Environment

- Oct 25, 2018-

The “FAW-Volkswagen 2013 Green Green” series of activities with the theme of “Embracing Green and Thinking about the Future” was officially launched at the FAW-Volkswagen Foshan plant. Leaders of the Foshan Municipal Government, leaders of the China Green Building Council, Hanergy Group leaders, FAW-Volkswagen leaders and employee representatives, and the news media attended the event.

In order to further achieve the goal of energy saving and consumption reduction, FAW-Volkswagen signed the “Solar 10MW Photovoltaic Power Plant Cooperation Agreement” with Hanergy Group on the spot, which is the first large-scale application of the project in the automotive industry. After the signing ceremony, the guests participated in the “FAW-Volkswagen Public  Welfare Forest” tree planting activity in the Central Park of Nanhai. While sowning green hopes, they realized the healthy living concept of harmonious integration of people, cars and nature.

Dr. Unser, deputy general manager of FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd. and Hanergy Holding Group signed the "Cooperation Agreement for Solar 10MW Photovoltaic Power Plant". According to the agreement, the project uses the world's leading technology of silicon-based thin-film solar cell modules to generate electricity. After completion, it will provide more than 10 million clean electric energy for the production and life of Foshan factory every year, equivalent to nearly 10,000 households' annual electricity consumption. The total electricity consumption of the factory is 9.4%. The annual standard saving of 4,500 tons of coal, a total reduction of 11,200 tons of carbon dioxide emissions, 340 tons of sulfur dioxide emissions, 170 tons of nitrogen oxides emissions and 3,000 tons of soot emissions. In the environmental protection environment, it will effectively alleviate the state of local energy supply tension and play an active role in accelerating the adjustment of local industrial structure.

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