City Environment Invited to Participate in and Give Keynote Speech in the Exchange Meeting of the Provincial Development and Reform Commission and the Danish Mission
On the morning of September 24, a six-member Danish mission, represented by Ms. Marie Louise Flach de Neergaard, Minister Counsellor of the Danish Embassy in China, visited the Henan Provincial Development and Reform Commission and held cordial talks with Li Yingwei, Deputy Director of the Provincial Development and Reform Commission, on the future development of Henan’s environmental protection industry. City Environment, as a leading enterprise in the environmental protection industry in Henan Province, was invited to participate in the exchange meeting and Chairman Zhu Hongbing made a keynote speech on the experience of waste-to-energy projects in the province.
During the meeting, Deputy Director Li Yingwei briefly introduced the current development of Henan Province, including urbanization, environmental protection projects such as waste-to-energy projects. Deputy Director Li said that Henan Province has four great features, including large population, rich culture, strong economy and many emerging industries.
Later, Ms. Marie Louise Flach de Neergaard introduced Denmark’s achievements in environmental protection. She believed Denmark has advanced green energy technologies in the world which can secure extremely high energy efficiency, thanks to the Danish government’s green development concept and environmental protection policy requirements in the past 50 years.
In the end, Chairman Zhu mentioned that China is a beginner in environmental protection industry, so there’s big space for cooperation with Denmark. City Environment is willing to continue to cooperate with first-class environmental protection companies in Denmark and other European countries to contribute to the sustainable development of the world environment. China and Denmark should also join hands to assist developing countries in establishing the policy concept of environmental protection first and green development to jointly respond to global climate change.