Hinen Headquarters Leads the Green Revolution

Hinen Headquarters Leads the Green Revolution


Fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—are by far the major cause of global climate change, accounting for more than 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions and nearly 90% of all carbon dioxide emissions.

The State of the Global Climate 2023 report shows that records were once again broken, and in some cases smashed, for greenhouse gas levels, surface temperatures, ocean heat and acidification, sea level rise, Antarctic sea ice cover and glacier retreat. UN chief Antonio Guterres warns the planet is 'sending a distress signal’, and called on leaders worldwide to take immediate action to build the last lifeline for humanity and the planet.

The transition to renewable energy offers hope in addressing climate change.
Located in Dalingshan Town, Dongguan City, at 113.81 degrees east longitude and 22.91 degrees north latitude, Hinen headquarters enjoys abundant solar resources, with peak sunlight hours reaching 1,349.44 hours per year and total solar radiation reaching 4,857.99 MJ/m². These superior natural conditions, coupled with the spacious layout and unobstructed rooftop design of this industrial park, provide an ideal environment for photovoltaic power generation.

Founded in 2004, Hinen is a publicly traded company with rich experience in the R&D and manufacturing of electronic devices. Since 2021, Hinen has started to venture into the new energy sector and has deeply integrated the concept of sustainable development into its corporate culture core, committing to achieving green, low-carbon, and circular economic goals.

The rooftop photovoltaic project initiated by Hinen in its Dongguan industrial park in 2021 installed a total of 4,572 pieces of 400W bifacial dual glass-glass framed photovoltaic modules, with a total installed capacity of 1,828.8kWp. Over its 25-year lifecycle, it is estimated to generate approximately 47.77 million kWh of electricity, equivalent to saving 15,526.24 tons of standard coal, significantly reducing pollutant emissions. The carbon dioxide emissions reduction is estimated at 38,815.61 tons, equivalent to adding approximately 32.43 million trees over 25 years, making a significant contribution to mitigating global climate change.

Moreover, the project is also expected to reduce emissions of 350.89 tons of sulfur dioxide, 108.68 tons of nitrogen oxide, and 18.63 tons of particulate matter, effectively protecting air quality and the ecological environment.

Hinen has also incorporated independently developed new energy storage products into this photovoltaic power generation system, such as the three-phase inverter Max 12it, single-phase inverter Max 6i, off-grid inverter Base 6i, and residential battery Max 5b. The integration of energy storage products not only achieves efficient utilization and management of energy but also provides a stable power supply in the event of power grid outages, ensuring that life and production are not affected.

"Making Energy Independence a Reality" is the vision that Hinen proposed when moving towards the new energy field. Through the implementation of the rooftop photovoltaic project at the Dongguan industrial park, Hinen not only demonstrates its exemplary role in improving the self-sufficiency rate of the renewable energy manufacturing industry and reducing the cost of photovoltaic power generation but also reflects the company's firm commitment to long-term social responsibility and a clean and low-carbon future. Looking ahead, Hinen will continue to empower more families to achieve energy independence through its advanced energy storage products, jointly promoting the construction of a clean, low-carbon, and ecologically circular beautiful world.

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