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  • Private enterprises are "going global" again, involving multiple fields such as solid waste disposal, environmental services, and new energy.

    Recently, China Tianying and the Maldives conducted in-depth exchanges in environmental protection and new energy, and identified a series of cooperative projects.

    According to a statement from China Tianying's official WeChat account, starting from March 17th, Cao Debiao, President of China Tianying Co., Ltd., led a delegation to the Republic of Maldives for a friendly visit. During the visit, Cao Debiao met with Maldivian President Mohamed Moosa, and successively held meetings with Maldivian Minister of Finance Mohamed Shafiq, Minister of Climate Change, Environment and Energy Thoriq Ibrahim, Minister of Foreign Affairs Moosa Zameer, Minister of Economic Development and Trade Mohamed Saeed, as well as central and local government leaders such as Adam Azim, Mayor of Malé, and Ali Nizar, Mayor of Addu. The delegation also held working exchanges with Maldivian enterprises including the Maldives National Electricity Company and the National Solid Waste Management Company.

    On March 20th, Maldivian President Mohamed Moosa expressed high praise for the positive work done by China Tianying in improving the environmental quality of the Maldives and scientifically managing solid waste during his meeting with Cao Debiao. He also welcomed China Tianying's active engagement in the comprehensive waste collection business in the Maldives and its participation in the waste incineration power generation projects in the three major regions of the Maldives: the capital Malé, Addu, and Hulhumalé. Mohamed Moosa stated that the Maldives will provide maximum support for China Tianying's business activities.

    Previously, during his state visit to China, Mohamed Moosa met with Chairman of China Tianying, Yan Shengjun, on January 12th at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. The two sides had in-depth discussions on cooperation between China Tianying and the Maldives in the fields of environmental protection and renewable energy, reaching broad consensus.

    During his meeting with Mohamed Moosa, Cao Debiao expressed China Tianying's willingness to leverage its own advantages to comprehensively implement the consensus reached between Mohamed Moosa and Yan Shengjun, Chairman of China Tianying, in Beijing in January of this year. They aim to initiate comprehensive environmental services and new energy projects across the Maldives, striving to enhance the environmental quality of the Maldives.

    On March 21st, Cao Debiao and Maldivian Minister of Climate Change, Environment and Energy Thoriq Ibrahim officially signed a memorandum of cooperation. Both sides will collaborate closely to address climate change, and engage in deep cooperation on topics such as sustainable development, energy transition, environmental protection, circular economy, and the development of low-carbon cities.

    China Tianying Co., Ltd. (stock code: 000035) is a large international listed company engaged in zero-carbon environmental protection, new energy, intelligent environmental services, and the recycling and utilization of renewable resources. The company's business covers intelligent environmental services, waste incineration power generation, new energy power generation, district energy centers, hydrogen energy centers, investment, construction, and operation of circular economy industries. This includes the reduction, resource utilization, and harmless disposal of kitchen waste, hazardous waste, construction waste, as well as research, development, and manufacturing of environmental protection technology and energy storage technology equipment.

    The Maldives, located in South Asia, is the world's largest coral island nation with abundant tourist resources. China is an important development partner for the Maldives. The friendly relations between China and the Maldives have a long history, with close cooperation and exchanges in various fields. The two countries have had close infrastructure investment and construction exchanges in areas including housing, electricity, waste management, solar energy, and other energy-saving and environmental protection fields.

    The cooperation between China Tianying and the Maldives has a long history. On October 10, 2011, China Tianying signed a Design and Procurement (EP) Contract for the Maldives Domestic Waste Incineration Power Generation Project with Alke Insaat and Alkatas Insaat, with a total contract value of $51.5 million (approximately RMB 332 million). The project, with a daily processing capacity of 500 tons, is aimed at incinerating domestic waste to generate electricity.

    According to the contract, China Tianying's services cover the process and electrical control design of the project's waste incineration power generation and slag treatment facilities, the supply of complete equipment for these facilities, as well as installation guidance, commissioning guidance, and trial operation guidance for the equipment.

    It is reported that China Tianying is actively participating in the construction of the Thilafushi Island Waste Incineration Power Generation Project in the Maldives, and the project is progressing smoothly. In the next step, China Tianying will expand its investment in the second phase of the Thilafushi Island project in the Maldives and participate in renewable energy projects such as photovoltaics, wind energy, and green hydrogen.


    Source: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/6Et-MWbjUzuWiI1GoT4FAg

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