LONGi Becomes 1st Chinese Company to Join RE100, EP100 Initiatives

LONGi has officially joined the EV100 and EP100 initiatives by the Climate Group, announced by Li Zhenguo, founder and president of LONGi. Zhenguo was speaking during the 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) at the UK Pavilion, and added, this is another feat in continuing to promote climate action after LONGi joined the RE100 initiative.

November 12, 2020. By Manu Tayal

Major Chinese photovoltaics (PV) manufacturer and solar projects developer LONGi has officially joined the EV100 and EP100 initiatives by the Climate Group, announced by Li Zhenguo, founder and president of LONGi.

Zhenguo was speaking during the 3rd China International Import Expo (CIIE) at the UK Pavilion, and added, this is another feat in continuing to promote climate action after LONGi joined the RE100 initiative.

EV100 is a global initiative led by international non-profit the Climate Group, which brings together companies committed to making electric transport the new normal by 2030.

Commenting on the development, Li Zhenguo said “we joined EV100 and are committed to laying appropriate chargers in all of our premises over the next decade to guide more than 50,000 employees around the world in converting their cars to EVs.” 

“At the same time, we are anchoring the EP100’s development goals and are committed to installing Energy Management Systems in all of LONGi’s production and operation sites, the goal is to commit to a ten-year effort to achieve a 35% increase in energy productivity by 2025,” Li Zhenguo added.

Zhenguo further said “LONGi will continue to focus on global climate change and energy transformation, continuously reduce corporate greenhouse gas emissions, and achieve economic benefits and environmental protection goals.”

“We are delighted to see LONGi become the first Chinese business to join all three of our business campaigns – on clean energy, clean transport and energy efficiency. They are showcasing the next steps for ambitious businesses in China,” said Helen Clarkson, CEO of the Climate Group.

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