Silicon-based thin film photovoltaic technology uses cost-effective and abundant amorphous silicon to meet global electricity demand more sustainably.
With a more simplified manufacturing process, compared with other technologies, DuPont Apollo silicon-based thin film PV modules use far less silicon materials and consume much less electricity during production , resulting in a shorter energy payback time and less emission. Absent of materials that are either limited in reserve or toxic in the supply chain, safety and environmental responsibility are key principles under which DuPont Apollo operates
DuPont Apollo commitment: By implementing and maintaining the Environmental Management System (EMS, ISO 14001), we will continuously improve our environmental protection performance and resource utilization, and will make an endeavor to prevent pollution in order to achieve the goal of zero waste and zero emission.
We also commit to complying with all applicable laws and regulations, ISO 14001 requirements, and other applicable standards in our manufacturing and distribution activities. We will advocate DuPont Commitment of all the principles of “Safety, Health and Environment Stewardship” (Corporate SHE Standard S2Z).
Green Product Policy
DuPont Apollo is committed to environmental responsibility and our hazardous substance process management and fully compliant to internationally recognized IECQ QC 080000.
DuPont Apollo strives for excellence in environmental protection through its efforts and achievements in product development, manufacturing and services recognized by DuPont Apollo’s stakeholders, employees, customers, suppliers, and the public.
In order to reach this, DuPont Apollo commits to:
- Comply with International Legislation such as RoHS and REACH
- Implementation of Green Product Design Principles
- Continuous Improvement in the Hazardous Substance Process Management