LONGi’s Li Zhenguo meets with ACWA Power Chairman

Global News

LONGi founder and president Li Zhenguo has met with Mohammad Abunayyan, chairman of ACWA Power, and his team in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, the two sides reaching wide-ranging agreement on extending strategic cooperation in the field of clean energy.

Li set out the LONGi vision of technological innovation and a focus on building business in the five areas of monocrystalline wafers, cells and modules, industrial and commercial PV solutions, power station solutions and hydrogen energy systems. The company has, he said, evolved into a provider of Green Electricity + Green Hydrogen products and solutions that contribute to the worldwide zero-carbon goal. He also confirmed LONGi’s strong commitment to deploying cutting-edge technology and products to support ACWA’s clean energy projects in Saudi Arabia. 

For his part, Abunayyan discussed ACWA Power's overall business development strategy. The company is a world-leading developer, investor and operator of electric power and renewable energy, seawater desalination and green hydrogen energy and is an active promoter of the Kingdom’s "Vision 2030" goals. He went on to congratulate LONGi on the successful delivery of modules for the 406MW Red Sea project last year and added that the company had already made a significant contribution to "Vision 2030".

About LONGi

Founded in 2000, LONGi is committed to being the world’s leading solar technology company, focusing on customer-driven value creation for full scenario energy transformation.

Under its mission of 'making the best of solar energy to build a green world', LONGi has dedicated itself to technology innovation and established five business sectors, covering mono silicon wafers cells and modulescommercial & industrial distributed solar solutionsgreen energy solutions and hydrogen equipment. The company has honed its capabilities to provide green energy and has more recently, also embraced green hydrogen products and solutions to support global zero carbon development. www.longi.com