Clenergy earns PVP365's New Edge PV Enterprise award

PVP365, China's professional platform for solar industry news, recently honored Clenergy with its annual New Edge PV Enterprise award in recognition of its remarkable market performance in the Chinese PV industry.

PVP365, China's professional platform for solar industry news, recently honored Clenergy with its annual New Edge PV Enterprise award in recognition of its remarkable market performance in the Chinese PV industry. PVP365 identified the most outstanding PV enterprises of 2014 via online voting and through input from solar industry experts. This is Clenergy's second award from PVP365, having also topped its list of China's Top 20 Solar Mounting System Companies of 2013.


The award ceremony was held in conjunction with PVP365's annual conference in Changzhou's Shangri-La Hotel on the 9th of January. The annual conference is a prime platform for the Chinese PV industry to review the past year, share perspectives and discuss trends about the upcoming year.

The Annual PV Conference began with discussions about three hot topics: Innovation, Finance and PV-E-commerce. Wang Jin, the director of the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission, hosted the discussions. Clenergy's CEO Daniel Hong participated in the finance forum as a special guest.

Clenergy has successfully entered the fields of clean energy investment and solar project services in China in the last two years. A 30MW PV power plant in Zhongwei, Ningxia, which is wholly invested in and built by Clenergy, successfully connected to the grid in January.

Clenergy's PV-ezRack mounting systems are currently deployed in more than 30 countries. As a leading solar company, Clenergy is committed to drive innovations and to making renewable energy affordable and accessible.

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