The China International Supply Chain Expo showcased the forefront of Chinese solar technology, addressing the surge in electricity costs across Europe. The solar photovoltaic (PV) – a nonmechanical device that converts sunlight directly into electricity – exhibition zone highlighted the crucial role of Chinese solar equipment, focusing on solar cells, photovoltaic panels, and related fields. These innovations are instrumental in helping European consumers combat escalating electricity prices.
Jay Solar, a prominent player in the solar industry, reported a remarkable doubling of revenue in Europe and America last year. In 2022, the company’s European revenue surged to an impressive 22.9 billion Yuan (Ksh495.18 billion), marking a substantial 120 percent year-on-year increase, and accounting for around 31 percent of its total revenue. This surge in revenue points out the growing demand for new energy development in Europe and America.
A visit to the reopened Beijing Fengtai Station provided insights into practical applications of solar technology. Spanning over 60,000 square meters, the station fully utilized its roof space with photovoltaic panels, contributing significantly to the generation of green electricity.
Solar PV stands out as one of the world’s most cost-effective power sources. Against the backdrop of a substantial increase in electricity and power prices in Europe last year, the additional installations and utilization of solar PV play a significant role. This collaborative effort within the industry effectively contributed to reducing electricity costs in Europe.
As the demand for new energy solutions continues to rise in Europe and America, Chinese companies like Jay Solar lead the way in providing innovative solar technologies.
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The expo served as a testament to the industry’s collaborative efforts in addressing global challenges and making significant strides in reducing the environmental impact of energy consumption.