China-Cambodia Bilateral Seminar on Power and Energy, Was Held
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Picture 1. Mr. Wu Guoquan Made the Speech


Picture 2. Mr. Xiao Ping Made the Speech



Picture 3. Mr. Zhao Wensheng Made the Speech


On October 27, 2021, China-Cambodia Bilateral Seminar on Power and Energy, sponsored by China Electrotechnical Society and organized by Cambodian Tatay Hydropower Limited (a subsidiary of CHMC, hereinafter referred to as Tatay Hydro), was held online and offline in China and Cambodia.


Closely aligned with carbon peak and carbon neutral goals, based on the power and energy field, the Seminar offered a detailed understanding of Cambodian electric energy status, requirements and planning, to provide decision-making basis for relevant departments. At the same time, it introduced Chinese new technologies and breakthroughs in the field of electricity and energy, to promote the broader and deeper market cooperation between the two sides and the high-quality economic development of China and Cambodia.


Mr. Wu Guoquan, Economic and Commercial Counselor of Chinese Embassy in Cambodia, Han Yi, Secretary-General of China Electrotechnical Association, and Mr. Xiao Ping, Deputy President of SINOMACH-HE (SINOMACH Heavy Equipment Group Co., Ltd.), Party Secretary and Board Chairman of CHMC, made speeches at the Seminar. The Seminar was presided over by Mr. Li Qin, Deputy President of China Electrotechnical Association.


Mr. Wu Guoquan pointed out in his speech that Chinese enterprises had actively participated in infrastructure construction in Cambodia and helped the development of Cambodia's power industry. A series of power projects represented by Tatay Hydropower Station which was invested by CHMC, had provided Cambodia with the high-quality and clean power energy and made outstanding contributions to promoting Cambodia's economic development. China encourages its enterprises to continue to strengthen practical cooperation with Cambodia in the energy field and support the development and utilization of clean energy, so as to help Cambodia optimize and upgrade its industrial structure, accelerate green and low-carbon transformation, and achieve green recovery and healthy economic development.


Mr. Xiao Ping said that CHMC had been deeply cultivated in the Cambodian market for many years, and the hydropower station, heavy oil power plant and power transmission and transformation projects invested by CHMC, had made positive contributions to Cambodia's power and energy development. CHMC would adhere to the concept of green, open and sharing, actively fulfil social responsibilities, build a green 'Belt and Road' ecological community, continue to help Cambodia's economic and social development, and achieve mutual benefits and win-win with Cambodia.


At the Seminar, Mr. Zhao Wensheng, Deputy General Manager of Cambodian Tatay Hydropower Limited, introduced the development status of Chinese-funded power enterprises in Cambodia. Experts from China and Cambodia also delivered reports on Cambodia's energy development and challenges, surface photovoltaic applications, and the bilateral training of power professionals.