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China Energy Promotes Clean Energy on Greek Campus


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    On May 24, the Europe New Energy Company of Guohua Energy Investment Co., Ltd. under China Energy launched an event themed “New Energy, New Hope, New Future” to promote clean energy at a primary school in Komotini, Greece. During the event, technicians from the company gave a lecture on new energy to the primary school students and interacted with them at the Q&A session.

    Key Highlights:

    * The company now operates four wind farms in Greece, with combined installed capacity of 78.2MW.

    * Those wind farms are able to generate 180 million kWh of green electricity each year, meeting the demand of 30,000 local households.

    * Besides, they can reduce carbon emissions by 160,000 tons each year, equivalent to planting 360,000 trees, making great contributions to improving Greece’s energy structure and helping the country save energy and reduce emissions.

    * Moreover, the company donates 2 percent of its annual revenue to the local government for urban construction, and another 1 percent to help local residents pay electricity bills.

    Original Press Release:

    May 30 -- China Energy issued the following news release:

    On May 24, the Europe New Energy Company of Guohua Energy Investment Co., Ltd. under China Energy launched an event themed “New Energy, New Hope, New Future” to promote clean energy at a primary school in Komotini, Greece.

    During the event, technicians from the company gave a lecture on new energy to the primary school students and interacted with them at the Q&A session. At the end of the lecture, a wind turbine model assembly contest was held. After that, teachers and students of the school surprised the staff of the company by performing the song “The Wind Song” they created especially for the company, accompanied by the piano played by their headmaster.

    The company also donated school supplies and teaching appliances such as projectors to the school. The school headmaster expressed gratitude to the company for its kind support and stressed that the school has always attached great importance to new energy education. The school’s teachers pledged to use the donated supplies to provide better education for their students.

    The company now operates four wind farms in Greece, with combined installed capacity of 78.2MW. Those wind farms are able to generate 180 million kWh of green electricity each year, meeting the demand of 30,000 local households. Besides, they can reduce carbon emissions by 160,000 tons each year, equivalent to planting 360,000 trees, making great contributions to improving Greece’s energy structure and helping the country save energy and reduce emissions. Moreover, the company donates 2 percent of its annual revenue to the local government for urban construction, and another 1 percent to help local residents pay electricity bills. In addition, it cares for local education development. In 2021, the company donated funds to primary schools near its wind farms to purchase teaching appliances, so as to address the challenges of remote teaching brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Such deeds enabled the company to earn respect and gratitude from local communities.

    Source: China Energy

    [Category: Energy, Education, Power Generation, New Renewable Energy, ESG]

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