GCL will attend the 9th Chinese Renewable Energy Conference and Exhibition (CREC) in a strong shining lineup of GCL subsidiaries in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province. GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited, GCL New Energy Holdings Limited, GCL System Integration Technology Co., Ltd., and GCL Intelligent Energy will all display their latest renewable products at Taihu International Expo Center in Wuxi, Jiangsu province on Nov 2-4.
Chen Zhenning, vice governor of Jiangsu provincial government, Wu Xinxiong, director of China Energy Research Society and Li Xiaomin, Party secretary of Wuxi, attended the opening ceremony of the CREC 2017 in Wuxi on Nov 2. GCL Chairman Zhu Gongshan addressed at the opening ceremony.
Zhu Gongshan said, in Xi Jinping‘s report to 19th CPC National Congress on Oct 18th, 2017, which titled “Secure a decisive victory in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects and strive for the great success of socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era.”, Xi mentioned China would promote green development. Zhu Gongshan said Xi has pointed the right direction to all the new energy industry and the speech is inspiring to the enterprises, including GCL.
Zhu emphasized that Chinese energy enterprises cooperate with the government, striving to create a market-based system for green technology innovation, develop green finance, and spur the development of energy-saving and environmental protection industries as well as clean production and clean energy industries. The government will promote a revolution in energy production and consumption, and build an energy sector that is clean, low-carbon, safe, and efficient. As one of the top 500 enterprises in China, a chairman member in Global Solar Council and Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association, GCL will continue its efforts to perform the idea of bringing green power to life.
As the landmark renewable energy industry event in China, this year’s CREC consists of over 30 events, including a main forum, ten sub-forums and three award ceremonies.
The latest renewable energy products, including photovoltaic solar products, solar products, smart grid and energy internet, and electric vehicles and charging solutions, will be on display across the 40,000-square-meter exhibition area.
A total of 400 enterprises from 20 countries and regions will display their products at the exhibition, including INVT, a national-level high-tech company whose business involves AC drives, elevator control systems, industrial control, new energy, rail traction, servo and motion control and energy management.
The PV electric tree is one of the exhibits, which is a highly intelligent integrated photovoltaic electric system with various functions including power generation, landscape, entertainment and poverty alleviation.