Risen signed 40MW efficient photovoltaic agricultural development projects

Recently, subsidiary of Risen (Yun County) company and the China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co., Ltd. (Party A) signed” Hubei Yun County of 40 MW photovoltaic power generation efficiency agriculture construction project cooperation framework agreement” as Hubei Yunxian county development, investment, construction and operation of “Hubei Yunxian county 40 mw photovoltaic grid-connected power generation project” efficient agricultural greenhouses photovoltaic roof part.

China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy Development Co., Ltd.

Established in September, 1994 with a registered capital of RMB 10.2 billion, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding Co.,Ltd (CGNPC) is a large clean energy corporation under the supervision of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) of China. China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group(CGN) has evolved into a large group consisting of more than 30 affiliates.
CGN aims at “developing clean energy and benefiting the human society” and tries to “build one of the world top clean energy enterprises and become a leading clean energy supplier and services provider in the world”. By the end of Sep,2012, the total assets of CGN stand at RMB 260 billion; the installed capacity of NPP in operation has reached 6,120 MWe, with another 17,750 MWe of under-construction nuclear units; the installed capacity of holding wind power units in operation has reached 4,060 MWe; the equity capacity of hydro power is near 3,500MWe; the solar photovoltaic power generation gains 210 MWe; great development has also been made in distributed energy, energy contract management, improvement of energy conservation technology.
In the process of its growth, CGN has never forgotten its commitment to the guideline of “Safety First, Quality Foremost”. Such commitment has enabled CGN to develop in a sustainable manner. Specifically, it has created the necessary systems for nuclear power generation, engineering & construction, R & D and nuclear fuel supply, as well as for development of renewables and energy saving technologies. Meanwhile, CGN has 6 state-class nuclear power R & D centers, which further add to its abilities to build, operate and manage multiple nuclear power projects and other clean energy projects at the same time in different places.


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