Ninestar Prioritizes Clean Energy

Ninestar Prioritizes Clean Energy

Ninestar Prioritizes Clean Energy

Ninestar Prioritizes Clean EnergyNinestar claims its new printer industrial park in nearby Gaolan, which is under construction, will generate 9.63 million kW of electricity per year, thanks to the solar panels on the rooftops. This will save more than 3,210 tons of coal and reduce carbon emissions by 8,346 tons.

Installed since April 2018, the solar panels on the rooftops of Ninestar factories in Zhuhai, China have been attracting a lot of interest.

“Clean energy is captured from the sun by 12,000 square meters of solar panels. This is equal to the planting of 1,200,000 trees. When the weather is good, up to 300,000 kW of photovoltaic power can be generated each month, accounting for almost 10% of the total electricity consumption needs,” said the spokesman of Ninestar.

According to the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) the installation of a 1kW solar panel system can generate 1,200 kwh of electricity per year. At the same time 400kgs of coal are saved and CO2 emissions are reduced by about one ton. By installing a one square meter solar panel, it is similar to planting 100 square meters of trees.

Ninestar has been concerned about the environment since it commenced operations back in 2000. Its G&G “Going Green” strategy has seen the company recycle and remanufacture cartridges all of that time. It has recently implemented a free, easy and environmentally responsible way to collect empty ink cartridges from end-users for recycling and reuse. At the same time, Ninestar’s advanced sewage treatment station turns water contaminated by inks during the cartridge cleaning process, into clean water.

Being the only joint OEM and aftermarket company in the printer and imaging supplies industry in the world, Ninestar considers it has the responsibility to raise the standard when it comes to making a “green” effort, promoting social responsibility, and diminishing carbon emissions. Ninestar is committed to its “going green” strategy and to the adoption of clean energy on a large scale.

The production of electric current from sunlight is a hot topic addressed by governments and will be discussed at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow starting October 31.


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