Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group to Ex­hibit Chi­nese Clean En­ergy So­lu­tion with “Ul­tra-low Emis­sion Tech­nol­ogy” at the 2017 As­tana Expo

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report - By Wang Lili

This year’s World Expo will be held in As­tana, the cap­i­tal of Kaza­khstan, from June to Septem­ber, with the aim of pre­sent­ing so­lu­tions to tough, global en­ergy is­sues. The Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group has suc­cess­fully ex­plored a new de­vel­op­ment ap­proach with clean coal and as one of the of­fi­cial part­ners of China’s Pav­il­ion at the Expo, the Group will ex­hibit China’s so­lu­tion for fu­ture en­ergy. To re­al­ize clean en­ergy uti­liza­tion

It is learned that the Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group will fo­cus on ex­hibit­ing coal “ul­tra-low emis­sion green tech­nol­ogy” dur­ing the Expo. The Group will build a model booth in the China Pav­il­ion to show the mys­te­ri­ous process of ul­tra-low emis­sion tech­nol­ogy by the com­bined “vir­tual + re­al­ity” ap­proach, which will en­able au­di­ence to clearly know how the ul­tra-low emis­sion tech­nol­ogy help the chim­ney to re­al­ize smoke-free emis­sion.

Dur­ing the year 2004 to 2006, the pre­vi­ous Zhe­jiang pro­vin­cial party sec­re­tary Xi Jin­ping paid close at­ten­tion to the de­vel­op­ment of Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group and en­cour­aged the Group to pur­sue a clean and sus­tain­able de­vel­op­ment ap­proach af­ter pay­ing six field in­ves­ti­ga­tion & re­search visit to the Group. With Chi­nese Pres­i­dent Xi’s re­quest and the de­vel­op­ment phi­los­o­phy of en­vi­ron­ment pro­tec­tion, the Group takes the re­spon­si­bil­ity to greatly en­gage in en­ergy con­ser­va­tion and emis­sion re­duc­tion by seek­ing a bal­ance be­tween en­ergy se­cu­rity and en­vi­ron­ment pro­tec­tion via tech­no­log­i­cal in­no­va­tion.

Pres­i­dent of Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group Dong Yahui said that the Group hopes to, through virtue of the expo plat­form, im­ple­ment the “Belt and Road” ini­tia­tive through deep­en­ing co­op­er­a­tion with Kaza­khstan and other coun­tries along the “Belt and Road”. “On the one hand, the Group will ex­hibit achieve­ments of clean en­ergy uti­liza­tion, and on the other hand it will set an ex­am­ple for other coun­tries in terms of se­cure en­ergy sup­ply and sus­tain­able en­ergy de­vel­op­ment,” said Dong.

It is learned that the Zhe­jiang En­ergy Group will take the Expo as an op­por­tu­nity to ex­plore in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties in Kaza­khstan and other Cen­tral Asian coun­tries and to seek busi­ness part­ners. So far, the Group has ob­tained one or two in­ten­tion new en­ergy projects, which are in still the stage of desk re­search and eco­nomic fea­si­bil­ity stud­ies. To go global vie the “Belt and Road” ini­tia­tive

The “Belt and Road” ini­tia­tive is

As a pri­vate com­pany newly en­listed into the For­tune 500, CEFC China En­ergy marks its global pres­ence on the map, which is ex­actly the roadmap for the Chi­nese com­pa­nies to go global along the “Belt and Road”. As one of the of­fi­cial part­ners of the China Pav­il­ion at the Expo, CEFC China En­ergy is show­ing the world Chi­nese com­pa­nies’ im­age.

Pres­i­dent of CEFC China En­ergy Chen Qi­utu in­tro­duced in a re­cent, ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with China’s For­eign Trade that dur­ing the Expo, CEFC China En­ergy will ex­hibit three ad­vanced tech­nolo­gies in the green new en­ergy do­main: megawatt wind tur­bine com­pos­ite blade tech­nol­ogy, anti-haze desul­fu­r­iza­tion tech­nol­ogy with its own R& D and new tech­nol­ogy to re­cy­cling sludge. In ad­di­tion, CEFC China En­ergy will also or­ga­nize “As­tana · CEFC China En­ergy” cul­tural ex­change din­ner and par­tic­i­pate in such ac­tiv­i­ties as “Shang­hai Week” in the China Pav­il­ion.

As a mat­ter of fact, over the years CEFC China En­ergy has been im­ple­ment­ing a glob­al­iza­tion strat­egy with a global pres­ence of in­vest­ment land­scape. “In the process of ‘go­ing global’, one im­por­tant fea­ture of CEFC China En­ergy is that we not only co­op­er­ate with a sin­gle com­pany or en­gage in a sin­gle project. What’s more

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