According to forecasts, the global demand for energy will double by 2025. In the now widespread awareness of the environmental risks arising from the production of energy from fossil fuels, we greatly need to find sufficient alternatives. Fossil fuels, like other non-renewable sources of energy, contributing to serious mutations in our climate. We, therefore, the duty of going forward in the research and use of new energy sources, so as not to depend on coal. The way in which today we face this transition to the solutions “clean” energy will determine the future of generations to come.
Solar energy is one of the main forms of environmentally friendly energy and sustainable.
AAt the Sun-Earth seriously aspire to leave our children a world that is more healthy and green planet that we live in today. Our mission is to conserve nature for them, trying in every way to minimize pollution. We want to help improve the environment and make the planet a safe place for generations to come.
To live up to our environmental mission:
We respect specific environmental values in the evaluation of our manufacturing processes. For example, the method with which to produce the polysilicon does not envisage the use of chemical pollutants, such as trichlorosilane. Our production model vertically integrated minimizes the pollution caused by the majority of supply chains of solar energy. recycle waste of our manufacturing processes for reuse in the production of wafers. We have created a network of sewage purification to make sure that all our waste water to be purified before discharge. wastes gasoline production processes are specifically treated before scarico.Iniziative and community projects The Sun-Earth has participated in several projects in support of the cause for the alleviation of poverty. In a world in which the possibility of having access to electricity and basic infrastructure makes a huge difference to rural communities, the Sun-Earth collaborates with governmental and nongovernmental organizations to bring the energy even in areas remote.La challenge largest communities in remote areas are facing today is that of electricity, especially where it is not possible to predict either the future access to power networks.
1) In the remote areas of the province of Zhejiang in China, the Sun-Earth has partnered with the Zhejiang Power Company which subsidized farmers for a photovoltaic system for the production of electricity. Today there are household photovoltaic systems from 50W, 100W and 160W for the farmers who, with their families, lived before without electricity.
2) In the region of Naqu, in remote areas of Tibet, the panels of the Sun-Earth have allowed the installation of photovoltaic systems for local herders who now have access to home systems of 100W, while a 20KW photovoltaic system was installed to provide electricity to villages in the area.
3) The Sun-Earth has so far provided photovoltaic systems for a production capacity of 20MW in Africa. In fact, more than 90% of African communication stations use solar modules Sun-Earth. These systems have been designed primarily to telecommunications on a large scale, in collaboration with companies such as Shenzhen ZTE ZTE and Huawei Technologie Co. Ltd. In the majority of these projects, solar energy produced by the communication stations in Africa has been also used to provide electricity to the homes of local residents. To date, our members have been exported to Zambia, Mauritania, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Eritrea, Congo and other countries.
The Sun-Earth is committed to meet the growing demand for “clean” energy, to grow further in the widespread awareness of climate change and the economic crisis, the energy of our day. The goal that we aim to achieve by 2012 is to a production capacity of 1000MW. To continue to be a world leader in this sector, we will continue to improve our technology and our manufacturing processes.
The Sun Earth has also planned several collaborations in Australia for the supply of cheap, high-quality photovoltaic modules, wanting to support local merchants in meeting the energy efficiency requirements set by the Australian government.