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Carbon dioxide emissions will peak by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060

In the face of increasingly severe global issues such as climate change, environmental risk challenges, and energy resource constraints, China is striving to establish a sound green, low-carbon, and circular economic system. In September 2020, General Secretary Xi Jinping solemnly announced at the general debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, “China will increase its nationally determined contributions, adopt more powerful policies and measures, and strive to reach the peak of carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. Strive to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060.”

 

 Looking at the technological development trend from the timetable of the dual carbon goals, renewable energy as the main body, and the coordinated development of energy storage technology will become the core way to decarbonize the energy production end. The expansion of renewable energy application scenarios at the user end is an important solution for relevant departments to jointly achieve “net zero emissions”.

 

 In response to the call of the country and the government, Jingmei Solar Technology actively promotes the company’s industrial upgrading, and takes the 3060 double carbon target as the development core to comprehensively improve the new energy industry chain of photovoltaics, solar storage-integration, and make full use of the company’s research and development, production, With advantages in quality and service, we provide customers with comprehensive energy solutions and create more value for customers.

 

3060 Double Carbon Goal: It refers to China’s commitment to carbon dioxide-based greenhouse gas emissions to reach the peak in 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality in 2060.

 

Carbon peak: It refers to the maximum annual emission value of carbon dioxide in an economy (region), and the peak of carbon emission means that the carbon emission peaks at a certain point in time; the core is that the growth rate of carbon emission continues to decrease until negative growth.

 

Carbon neutral: Refers to the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions directly or indirectly generated within a given period of time. Through afforestation, energy conservation and emission reduction, etc., to offset the carbon dioxide emissions generated by itself, and achieve “net zero emissions” of temperature-rate gases; the core is greenhouse gas emissions a substantial reduction in volume.

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