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Solar Innovation: Astronergy’s Advances at Energyear Eastern Europe
6 -07 2024   100views

Astronergy garnered attention at Energyear Eastern Europe 2024 which hosted in Bucharest, Romania, on June 6, and showcased its recent advancements in capacity expansion and sustainability initiatives.

During the panel discussion titled “Solar Energy 4.0: Exploring innovations and trends from major manufactures”, Ibrahim El-said, Global Technical Support Manager at Astronergy, provided valuable insights into the company's recent achievements. He revealed that the company has produced an impressive 53GW of PV cells and 76GW modules, with n-type TOPCon modules constituting 91% of the total. Setting ambitious targets, Astronergy aims to reach 88GW in cell capacity and 103GW in module capacity, with n-type modules making up 98% of the projection.

In the meantime, Ibrahim emphasized Astronergy's commitment to achieving a balance between production and environmental conservation as a socially responsible enterprise. The company's dedication to fostering sustainable energy growth is evident in its recent Environmental, Social, and Governance Report for 2023. Highlighting a notable accomplishment of reducing carbon emission intensity by 7.12%, Astronergy aligns this achievement with its broader sustainability strategy, aiming for carbon neutrality throughout its value chain by 2050.

Additionally, the company is actively promoting ISO 45001 certification among all its core suppliers, with over 80% already certified with ISO 14001, ensuring product credibility and environmental responsibility.

Driven by its mission to create a sustainable and net-zero world powered by solar energy, Astronergy remains steadfast in its commitment to making a positive global impact through high-efficiency and eco-friendly solar solutions.