Recently, Huasun Energy officially released the carbon footprint report for its HJT modules, which has been certified by TÜV Rheinland.
Based on a life cycle assessment methodology and rigorous verification of carbon emission data, Huasun's Himalaya Series G10-144 high-efficiency HJT solar modules have been proved to only 366.12g/W CO2e in carbon emission. This marks the first instance of photovoltaic module carbon emission certified by a third party falling below the 400g/W CO2e.
Compared to other photovoltaic products, HJT modules possess a clear advantage in carbon emissions. Due to their unique structure, the efficiency of HJT cells remains unaffected even when the wafer thickness is reduced. As a result, using ultra-thin wafers can effectively decrease carbon emissions. Moreover, the high-efficiency in mass production, combined with low-temperature manufacturing processes and a simplified "four-step" production approach, further reduce energy consumption, and minimize carbon emissions.
Dan Zhou, CEO of Huasun Energy, stated, "By improving production processes, enhancing technological capabilities, and exploring photovoltaic products with stronger environmental attributes, we have further reduced carbon emissions of Huasun's HJT modules."
In the future, Huasun will keep delving into HJT technology, offering high-performance and high-quality photovoltaic products to transform HJT modules carbon footprint from an low-carbon to zero-carbon！