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Integrated Energy Business

In 2020, seizing opportunities arising from carbon neutrality, industrial transformation, clean heating and energy system reform, the Group adhered to its principles of “getting quality projects” and “executing well”, to optimise and upgrade both existing projects and projects under construction, at the same time, to develop new projects tailored to local conditions. The Group also actively developed demand-side energy services, thus, managed to drive the qualitative and quantitative development of its integrated energy business.

The Group designs the optimal energy supply technology route according to the resource conditions of the project location, the customer's energy demand, and the load forecast. The integrated energy projects that were put into operation during the year, incorporated the use of various clean energy sources, including biomass, photovoltaic and natural gas. The Group also tapped into distributed clean heating projects in the northern part of China and mid to lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Our total heating areas has exceeded 5 million square meters. Above projects laid a good foundation for promoting the Group’s transformation and upgrade to become an integrated energy service provider.

Hainan Yangpu Economic
Development Zone Phase 1

Hainan Yangpu Economic Development Zone is a national-level development zone approved by the State Council, it is positioned as a national offshore trade centre, an advanced manufacturing base and a commodity distribution and trading base. Currently, there are industrial users operating in the development zone, with huge demand for energy such as electricity and steam. Leveraging digital technology and adhering to the principle of integrated energy development, the Group reinvented the energy structure of the zone to improve its energy efficiency, so as to achieve energy conservation and emission reduction for customers in the zone. Upon full operation, the energy consumption scale of the first phase of this project will reach 500 million kWh per year, and the Group’s integrated energy solutions can save 107,000 tons of standard coal and reduce 280,000 tons of carbon dioxide emission annually.

Inner Mongolia Deyu Biomass Cogeneration Project

Yuanbaoshan Industrial Park, located in Chifeng City of Inner Mongolia, is one of the 20 key industrial parks in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and is also the most important chemical industrial park in the east of the province. With comprehensive supporting facilities and adequate infrastructure, the park has already attracted many industrial enterprises of considerable scale to settle there, including five leading industries such as phosphorous coal chemical, bio-chemical, fine chemical (including medicine), equipment manufacturing and new materials. The annual energy consumption scale of this project will reach 428 million kWh, saving 170,000 tons of standard coal and reducing 426,000 tons of carbon dioxide emission for the park every year.