LONGi’s Chairman Baoshen Zhong’s Significant Visit to Australia Amplifies Commitment to Clean Energy and Sustainable Development


LONGi’s Chairman Mr. Baoshen Zhong visited Australia at the end of August, showcasing LONGi’s unwavering dedication to advancing clean energy and sustainable development on a global scale.


Mr. Zhong’s presence at the prestigious Boao Forum for Asia held in Perth further highlighted LONGi’s commitment to driving conversations and initiatives around clean energy. As a distinguished panel discussion speaker, Mr. Zhong shared invaluable insights into the pivotal role of sustainable practices in shaping the future of the energy landscape. The forum, hosted by Fortescue Energy, focused on clean energy and sustainable development, attracted an exclusive assembly of 180 government and industry representatives from across the Asia-Pacific region, cementing its status as a key platform for thought leadership.

At the forum, Mr. Zhong said LONGi advocates international cooperation and global energy equity, and opposes all forms of politicized clean energy. It promotes the construction of a clean, low-carbon, safe and efficient energy system and the diversification of energy varieties and energy sources. As a leader in the photovoltaic industry, LONGi firmly believes that solar energy has become the world’s most economical energy source and the most powerful weapon against climate change. Benefiting from the technological progress of the entire photovoltaic industry, the cost of photovoltaic power generation will continue to fall, and it will become a green energy source that is affordable to everyone.

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Mr. Zhong’s interaction with peers and visionaries at the Boao Forum sent a resounding message of cooperation and innovation, forging connections that transcend national boundaries. The event underscored the need for governments to establish a clear vision and strong commitment to a greener, more sustainable tomorrow and to work together to realize the Asia-Pacific region’s transition to a sustainable, low-carbon energy future.

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