Clenergy, the global solar solutions provider, recently completed a 207 kW solar roof project located on the roof of its global R&D and manufacturing center, Clenergy Technology Park, in Xiamen China.
As a promoter of solar energy, Clenergy recognizes the importance of sustainability. The company recently received the certification for the implementation of the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS).
The completion of the solar roof project is further proof of Clenergy’s commitment to sustainable development and the promotion of green power. Deployed on the rooftop of Workshop Buildings One, Two and Three, the solar system utilizes Clenergy’s PV-ezRack series of roof mount systems, SJB series of string joint boxes and SPS 500 inverters. The solar system provides clean electricity for Clenergy’s production lines and reduces the company’s carbon footprint and utility bills.
“We take this project very seriously as a part of a continual effort to improve our green performance,” said Clenergy Vice President Xiaoming Wang.
For our partners and clients who visit the Park, the system is a real-world example of how we deliver as a leading solar solutions provider.
This flat roof project applies a range of Clenergy’s PV-ezRack systems, including SolarMatrix, SolarMatrix Pro and SolarTripod as well as customized systems. SolarMatrix has a flexible and scalable design while SolarMatrix Pro enables modules installation in a vertically locked position for installation and maintenance. The triangular design of the pre-assembled SolarTripod provides strong and sturdy support for solar panels. Together with other customized mounting systems and Clenergy’s power electronic products, Clenergy shows its strength in delivering high-quality solar solutions that meet clients’ various needs within the project budget.
As China’s central government continues boosting domestic demand of solar energy, Clenergy sees a large market potential for factory-based solar roof projects.
The company concluded numerous projects in 2013, including a recent 11 MW project for Juli Sling Co., China’s largest rigging and sling manufacturer.