Recently, a joint venture consisting of China Energy Construction International Group, Hunan Institute, and Guangxi Institute successfully won the bid for the 24.5MW hydropower project in Perak, Malaysia. This bid marks the rolling development of Chinese enterprises in the Malaysian hydropower market, further expanding their influence in the international new energy field.
The project is located in the Pelus region of Perak, Malaysia. The main construction content includes the design, procurement, construction, and trial operation of a 24.5MW hydropower station and the construction of a new 132kV substation. The owner of the project is Water Engineering Technology, which is renowned in the field of hydropower engineering for its professional technology and rich experience.
The construction of this project has positive significance for Malaysia to achieve its goal of 20% renewable energy production capacity by 2025. Hydropower, as an important renewable energy source, has the characteristics of clean, efficient, and renewable. It plays an important role in meeting Malaysia's growing energy demand, promoting the optimization of energy structure, and promoting sustainable economic development.
The joint venture formed by China Energy Construction International Group, Hunan Institute, and Guangxi Institute, relying on their rich project experience and technical strength, successfully won the bid for this project, reflecting the strength and influence of Chinese enterprises in the field of new energy. At the same time, this also marks the further deepening of cooperation between China and Malaysia in the field of new energy, which will inject new impetus into the mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries in the field of new energy. Keywords: the Belt and Road news, the Belt and Road project, overseas project
After winning the bid, the joint venture will fully leverage their respective advantages and make every effort to promote the construction of the project. We look forward to the smooth implementation of this project, making greater contributions to Malaysia's energy development and China's export of new energy technologies. At the same time, we also look forward to the continued deepening of cooperation between China and Malaysia in the field of new energy, making greater contributions to the economic development of both countries and the sustainable development of the world. (This article is from the official website of Jiandao: www.seetao. com. Reproduction without permission is not allowed, otherwise it will be punished. Please indicate Jiandao's website and the original link when reprinting.) Jiandao's mechanical column editor/Zhou Yingwen