Our first solar power station located in Taoyuan

According to the current advocacy for green energy generation, AZIO has also followed this trend and purchased our first solar power station at the end of December 2023, located in Pingzhen District, Taoyuan City.

Nowadays, we are facing increasingly severe environmental issues and energy demand challenges. Therefore, solar energy has become an important renewable energy source. Not only help reduce reliance on fossil fuels, but it also assists in lowering send out greenhouse gas. In order to the trend of achieving net zero carbon emissions, Taiwan is actively promoting this energy source. Solar photovoltaics (PV) are also an important component of green energy development. Here are three key points about its advantages:

  1. Non-toxic and recyclable, zero pollution: The parts of solar panels mainly consist of glass, aluminum frames, and silicon chips. The materials are non-toxic and recyclable. The magnetic field intensity generated by photovoltaic power generation equipment is equivalent to that of common home appliances, it doesn’t produce high-frequency radiation, and there are no concerns about electromagnetic wave hazards to the human body.
  2. Uninterrupted power 365 days a year: The solar photovoltaic industry is dedicated to developing smart management, smart grids, and energy storage technology. It adjusts the photovoltaic output in real time according to actual demand and weather conditions, improves energy distribution efficiency using smart grids, stores energy during off-peak periods, and outputs energy during peak periods, enhancing the flexibility and efficiency of solar photovoltaic systems. Stable power supply can be maintained regardless of weather changes.
  3. Long-term investment / return on investment: As solar photovoltaic technology continues to advance, the construction and operation costs of facilities are bound to gradually decrease, reflected in electricity prices. Facing the goal of achieving industrial net zero emissions by 2030, and national net zero emissions by 2050, in here densely populated Taiwan should make good use of land resources, reuse abandoned farmland, promote smart agriculture and fisheries, achieve agricultural and fishery and electricity symbiosis, leverage the characteristics of PV systems to increase the proportion of green energy, land and space utilization rate, food production efficiency, leverage economic benefits, finally create a win-win situation for industries.

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