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The New Energy Industry Green Development Summit Forum was held in Changji, Xinjiang

DATE:23-07-19 VIEWS:61

On the 14th, the new energy industry green development summit forum with the theme of "first-class disciplines serving the high-quality development of Xinjiang" was held in Changji City. Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and experts and researchers from more than 10 universities and scientific research institutions in China were invited to discuss the integrated layout of the new energy industry and the docking of various high-end elements, and contribute smart solutions and enterprise strength to the new energy industry to promote the high-quality economic and social development of Xinjiang.

This forum is co sponsored by Tianjin University and TBEA Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "TBEA"), and undertaken by Xinte Energy Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Xinte Energy").

At the opening ceremony, Li Shushen, an academician of the CAS Member and director of the Academic Committee of the National Key Laboratory of Photovoltaic Materials and Batteries, delivered a speech in the form of video link, analyzed the future development trend of China's new energy industry, and sent a message to all of you to work together to provide good services in Xinjiang, a vast land, and promote high-level opening and high-quality economic development in Xinjiang.

During the forum, Xinte Energy signed a talent training cooperation agreement with Tianjin University on "outstanding engineers", held the unveiling ceremony of "postgraduate joint training and training base", and accelerated the training of leading technical talents with strong innovation ability, strong problem analysis ability and leading the rapid development of smart chemical industry.

Liu Guozhu, vice president of the School of Chemical Engineering of Tianjin University, said that the Institute has very significant disciplinary advantages in energy storage, energy conversion, energy utilization and the preparation of new energy key materials, and is also one of the supporting construction units of the national energy storage platform. This time, both sides will engage in multi-dimensional cooperation around deepening think tanks and service enterprises, while pooling resources and wisdom to provide multi-level, multi-dimensional, and multi-dimensional services for the green development of enterprises through project research, standard formulation, and special consultation.

This year, Xinte Energy also reorganized with Nankai University and Yingli Group to establish a national key laboratory in the photovoltaic field.

Li Xiliang, Deputy General Manager of Xinte Energy, expressed the hope that through the holding of this forum activity, the endogenous power of enterprise innovation leadership will be further stimulated, deep exchanges and cooperation with domestic first-class universities and research institutes will be strengthened, new tracks will be opened up, new driving forces will be unleashed, and new advantages will be created. Together, they will contribute to the construction of Xinjiang's "eight major industrial clusters" and promote the high-quality development of strategic emerging industrial clusters such as new energy and materials.

In order to gather ideas and empower high-quality development in Xinjiang through collaborative innovation between industry, academia, and research, high-end dialogues and doctoral forum activities were also held during the forum.

Xinjiang is rich in energy resources and has been designated as the "three bases and one channel" by the state. In recent years, Xinjiang has placed new energy and clean energy development in a more prominent position, proposing the construction of "eight major industrial clusters", promoting the construction of new energy, power grid, load and energy storage in a systematic and systematic manner, and serving the high-quality development of strategic emerging industrial clusters such as new energy and new materials. In the first half of this year, Xinjiang's newly added new energy grid connected installed capacity reached 7.017 million kilowatts, an increase of 10.5 times year-on-year, reaching a historic high.