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Recognised by WEF as Global Lighthouse Factory, LONGi leads smart, sustainable PV manufacturing

LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (LONGi), the world’s largest solar PV manufacturer headquarters in Xi’an, China today announced that its Jiaxing Production Base has been recognized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a Global Lighthouse Factory, the world’s first solar module manufacturing base joining WEF’s Global Lighthouse Network (GLN)

The Global Lighthouse Network is a World Economic Forum initiative. It was co-founded with McKinsey & Company, and is governed by an advisory board of industry leaders who are working together to shape the future of global manufacturing. Factories and value chains that join the network are designated by an independent panel of experts. As of December 14, 2023, a total of 153 “Lighthouse Factories” have been selected around the world, and China has 62 “Lighthouse Factories”, accounting for 40% of the global total, ranking first in the world.

As LONGi is one of the 21 new Lighthouses globally, the WEF made the following remark about LONGi’s manufacturing competitiveness: “Empowered by a number of intelligent technologies, LONGi’s Jiaxing Production Base has developed and implemented more than 30 digital technologies to promote intelligent manufacturing, many of which are industry-first independent patented technologies, reducing unit manufacturing costs by 28% within one year and reducing yield loss. It is reduced by 43%, the production delivery cycle is reduced by 84%, and the unit energy consumption is reduced by 20%. ”

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