Risen Energy Launches Ultra-Low-Carbon BIPV and HJT Products

Risen Energy Co., Ltd., a leading solar module manufacturer in China, just concluded its press conference in Ninghai, Zhejiang province, for the launch of the latest lineup of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) products, which included Super Top, Super Tile alongside its latest heterojunction (HJT) offering, Hyper-ion.

April 05, 2022. By News Bureau

Risen Energy Co., Ltd., a leading solar module manufacturer in China, just concluded its press conference in Ninghai, Zhejiang province, for the launch of the latest lineup of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) products, which included Super Top, Super Tile alongside its latest heterojunction (HJT) offering, Hyper-ion.

The entire lineup boasts further reduction in carbon use and improved power generation performance, vastly widening the opportunities for the development and implementation of BIPV and HJT products.

Every industry in China has jumped on the carbon reduction bandwagon in light of the Chinese government setting carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals.

In 2021, the government rolled out a series of carbon reduction policies specifically targeting the building and construction sector, to encourage the construction of greener and low-carbon buildings and environments and to prepare the sector for the arrival of the carbon peak and carbon neutrality era.

In response to the policies, Risen Energy, in its role as a leader and pioneer in all things photovoltaic, launched two key products, the Super Top for the roofs of industrial and commercial buildings and the Super Tile for residential rooftops.

The two products hit all the high notes in terms of being a proponent of the drive to populate China with green and environmentally-responsible housing stock: they are safe, reliable, economical, diverse in the applicability, easy to install and aesthetically pleasing in appearance.

Risen Energy plans to focus mainly on research into low-carbon series products, including further R&D into BIPV, steel frame and HJT technologies, with the goal of launching more low-carbon products, further building out the photovoltaic low-carbon universe, facilitating green and sustainable development, and accelerating the transition to a zero-carbon era.

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