Green Manufacturing

Solar Powered Manufacturing Facilities

Over the past decade, ASAC invested more than 10M RMB in both R & D of products as well as upgrading of its facilities with environmental protection in mind. Noise reduction walls, cleansing of waste gas and reducing the use of electrical energy by substituting with clean energy are some initiatives taken to ensure low carbon emission in manufacturing of its products. This is in line with the company’s aim to reduce carbon emission by 5,000 tons annually.

Deep Sea Tidal Energy Generating Device –
“Nan-Kun” Tidal Generating Platform

Tidal waves from the oceans are a good source of renewable energy. Not only is it green and “re-usable”, it also provides an energy source for remote islands. It also provides a mean to look into the development of observation of marine life, seawater desalination and treatment as well as offshore hydrogen production.

This platform is capable of converting tidal energy from the waves into green energy. This maximum energy produced is equivalent to 24,000 KWH of electricity a day.

Image source: China Maritime WeChat Official Account

ASAC collaboration with Hebei Shigang to increase the proportion of green and low-carbon raw materials used in production

ASAC strictly adheres to the concept of green and low-carbon sustainability. ASAC place a lot of emphasis on using green resources and work closely with material suppliers to reduce carbon emissions in every step of the production process. As a well-known enterprise in the steel industry that has achieved the title of “National Green Factory”, Hebei Shigang use a shorten process of smelting for all scrap metal to achieve the goal of energy saving and carbon reduction.

ASAC actively develops raw material with low-carbon emission supply chain channels and continuously seeks to increase the proportion of green and low-carbon raw material to traditional raw material.

Floating wind farms will be one of the mainstream source of energy moving forward.

Recognizing that renewable energy is the way moving forward, AsAc is interested to work with all relevant parties (either in traditional wind farms using Monopiles) or wind farms adopting Tension Leg Platforms method. ASAC is open to work with all partners in generating sustainable and renewable energy. 

The expected output capacity growth in wind farms is expected to be 104.3%. Come 2030, the estimated capacity is 16.5 GW versus the 0.057GW we are currently generating. 

Within the next 5 years, the expected output capacity of wind farms is estimated to grow by 104.3%. Based on the analysis of GWEC in 2021, the capacity of offshore wind farms is estimated to be more than 16.5GW.

Currently, Europe is the market leader with 47% of the market share followed by Asia with 45% and North America at 8%. Even though the contribution of offshore wind farms is mediocre at 0.1%, it is estimated that by 2030, offshore wind farms will contribute up to 6.1% of energy generation. 

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