In 2020, China, as a member state of the Paris Agreement, called on other member states during the Climate Ambition Summit to work together to make steady progress in implementing the Paris Agreement and make greater contributions to tackling climate change. China also announced that it will adopt more vigorous policies and measures with the aim of hitting peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality before 2060.
For a long time, the solar photovoltaic industry has been making distinct contributions to accelerating the transition of economic and social development and to realizing green development. The influence of a variety of factors that have arisen in recent years has created much volatility and turbulence in photovoltaic markets in China and around the world, with product quality subject to increasingly higher standards. This has been followed by stricter market access thresholds and fiercer competition, along with increasing risks and challenges for construction and investment in photovoltaic plants.
As the world leading technology and service provider in the photovoltaic industry, TÜV Rheinland has hosted the “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress for seven years consecutively, joining hands with many authoritative domestic and global experts to offer advice and strategies for the industry’s development. Additionally, the “All Quality Matters Award” has become the top-level arena for players in the fields of photovoltaic modules, inverters, energy storage systems, components, and solar power plant operation services, among others, to compete against each other on the basis of its objective and credible assessment process and its designation as a recognized, neutral assessing institution.
The 7th “All Quality Matters” Solar Congress and “All Quality Matters Award” ceremony will be held on April 28, 2022 at Grand Hyatt Hefei, Anhui Province. This event will focus on the photovoltaic revolution in the Greater China Region within the context of the global economy. Joint efforts will be made via interactions and discussions among industry practitioners, selected case presentation, and the availability of personnel from exclusive think tanks and personal consultants to advance the prosperous development of the photovoltaic industry. TÜV Rheinland welcomes you!