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Jinergy’s 182 module obtained French Carbon Footprint Certificate for its low-carbon product ecosystem

Recently, Jinneng Clean Energy Technology Ltd. (“Jinergy”) announced that its large-scale 182 high-power PERC series products had obtained the French Carbon Footprint Certificate and the French photovoltaic market access, marking further improvement of Jinergy’s product ecosystem in the French market. Practicing the low-carbon production and operation, Jinergy created products with more green value, and its high-power series products will bring more green benefits to local customers in France.

The products related to the certification are Jinergy’s 182 series high-power PERC solar modules, with the maximum power of monofacial modules reaching 555W , which are applicable to household distributed application, industrial and commercial projects, and large-scale surface power stations. With further optimizing the manufacturing process, the products could provide green and clean electricity during the full life circle; meanwhile, combined with multi-busbar, high-density packaging technique, non-destructive cutting and half-cut module technology, performances of the modules are upgraded, so as to support the customers’ decarbonization with long-term stable and effective green electricity benefits.

In 2022, in order to facilitate to realize the carbon neutral target, the European Union (EU) plans to expand the concept of carbon footprint to the general requirements of the EU on purchase of photovoltaic products. It’s predicted that the supervisory regulations on environmental influences from photovoltaic products will go into force by the second quarter of 2023.

In view of this, relevant personnel of Jinergy state that, Jinergy will be engaged in providing green products of better carbon footprint. In addition to its upgraded large-scale monocrystalline PERC manufacturing process, Jinergy’s advanced N-type heterojunction (HTJ) technology is characterized by low carbon, so that it can conform to EU customers’ demand on decarbonization. The special structure of HTJ solar cells weakens the positive correlation between thickness and efficacity of silicon slices, so that they can match with ultrathin silicon slices and reduce consumption of silicon materials, thus largely reducing the carbon emission from the source. Therefore, the products will have more green value in the future era of “overall carbon footprint”.