SEG Solar Invited to APAPA National Unity Awards Gala
On December 9th, the Asian Pacific American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) organized the National Unity Awards Gala at the new Yin Ranch Pavilion, California, honoring community champions, outstanding partners and APAPA chapter leaders. SEG Solar (SEG) has supported APAPA for several years and was invited as a gold sponsor to attend.
Over 600 representatives from the U.S. government, business, and media organizations attended the celebration and delivered speeches, including over 150 current officials from across the country. Distinguished guests present included California Governor Gavin Newsom, Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis, and U.S. Congressman Mike Thompson.
As a global advocate, practitioner, and leader in the sustainable development goals of the clean energy sector, SEG has been at the forefront of addressing climate challenges. We prioritize providing sustainable and efficient energy for community development. SEG is committed to its corporate social responsibility and mission of sustainability. SEG actively promotes the political status and rights of Asian Pacific Americans and Pacific Islander ethnic groups in the United States through its support and sponsorship of APAPA. We encourage greater participation of Asian Pacific Americans in social, political, economic current affairs, and affairs of the community.
Jun Zhuge, the founder and COO of SEG Solar, stated, "Through these activities, SEG further supports APAPA in uniting and advancing the leadership, political rights, and civic engagement of Asian Pacific Americans and Pacific Islander ethnic groups in American society. SEG also demonstrates its commitment to fostering political awareness and involvement among the younger generation of Asians, providing opportunities for political participation and discourse."
About SEG Solar
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, SEG Solar is a leading American solar photovoltaic module manufacturer with a complete global supply chain, offering high-quality solar modules. As of the end of 2022, more than 2 GW of SEG modules have been installed in the United States and European markets. The company expects an annual module production capacity exceeding 5.5 GW and cell production capacity of 2 GW by the end of 2024.
Founded in 2001, APAPA has evolved into a national organization with 53+ volunteer-driven across the country. Our national headquarters is based in Sacramento, CA. We are a community-based, non-profit, non-partisan organization committed to advancing the AANHPI communities through leadership and civic engagement. Our initiatives include voter registration and education, student internships with public officials, civic leadership programs, and a government appointments committee.