The 15th of March 2013 marks the commencement of cooperation between Clenergy International and the School of Energy Research, Xiamen University. Daniel Hong, CEO of Clenergy, and Li Ning, the president of the Xiamen University School of Energy Research, signed the strategic cooperation agreement on behalf of the two parties. The agreement was signed at the founding ceremony of the Haixi New Energy Industry Alliance in Xiamen International Exhibition Centre.
Both parties consider the relationship as a win-win partnership promoting renewable energy technologies, especially in the Haixi Economic Zone, along the west coast of the Taiwan Straits.
Xiamen University is one of China’s top-tier universities and a World TOP 500 University. Xiamen University founded the School of Energy Research in 2007 to conduct research and develop technology in the fields of advanced nuclear energy, solar energy, chemical energy, bio-energy, energy efficiency engineering and energy economics.
The School has fostered significant developments in new energy technologies and is experienced in technology transfer. It has established close cooperation with high-profile enterprises such as CGN Group, China Datang Corporation and prestigious universities abroad such as MIT and Imperial College.
According to the partnership agreement, the two partners will work closely to integrate state-of-art technologies into a showcase for energy efficiency and a platform for developing renewable energy applications. The two parties will work together in future government projects and PV projects in China and the world.
An interactive platform for personnel training is another portion of the partnership. With rich real-world experience, Clenergy will share its PV market resources with the School of Energy Research. Through the partner’s EDP (Executive Development Program), project training and other advance training programs, Clenergy will reinforce its R&D strength and human resources.
As founding sponsors of the Haixi New Energy Industry Alliance, the two partners will jointly promote the development of the renewable energy industry in the region.
Since Clenergy’s establishment in 2007, “making renewable energy accessible and affordable” has been the company’s mission statement. Clenergy has become a market-leading enterprise through its commitment to innovation, quality and service. The strategic partnership between Clenergy and the School of Energy Research will help Clenergy realize its mission in Haixi Economic Zone and across the globe.
Clenergy International is a leading Sino-Australian joint venture in the solar PV industry, with its headquarters in Xiamen, China, and branch offices in Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Japan and the United States. Clenergy provides high quality, versatile solar PV mounting products and solutions for commercial, residential and utility-scale customers. Its inverters and power electronics equipment are supplied with full technical and service support. Clenergy is an ISO 9001 accredited company and all of its products comply with international standards. It has been through the focus on quality, innovation and service that Clenergy have been able to achieve rapid growth and build a strong international reputation. Clenergy maintains long-term strategic partnerships with many leading companies in the solar PV industry, and through its partners, provides Clenergy products and solutions in more than 19 countries around the world. For more information, please visit http://www.clenergy.com/
About Xiamen University and the School of Energy Research
Tan Kah Kee, the well-known patriotic overseas Chinese leader, founded Xiamen University in 1921. At present, it is one of China’s higher-level universities designated for the state key construction of the “211 Project” and the “985 Project.” Founded in 2007, the School of Energy Research is guided by the key energy technology demands of the nation and the economic development needs of the west coast of the Taiwan Strait. The School of Energy Research is partnering with leading technology and energy providers to build China’s first direct-current microgrid at Xiamen University, which will become operational this year.