The Group closely follows China’s overseas development strategies like the "Belt and Road" initiative. By leveraging on its advantages in investment, operation, management, technology and equipment, the Group proactively looks for exchange and communication opportunities globally, with an open, co-operative and win-win attitude, in an effort to increase the proportion of its overseas business in its overall business.
Projects in Operation
|Project||Brief project introduction||Total Investment
|Europe – Poland|
|Novago sp. z o.o.||Business portfolio includes: waste treatment, waste recycling and landfill for biogas production, production of high-calorific alternative fuel RDF (refuse-derived fuel), and biogas cogeneration, among others.||896|
Novago sp. z o.o., the largest independent solid waste treatment company in Poland, was acquired by Everbright International in 2016. The acquisition marked the Group’s expansion into the waste management market in Europe. The deal was also a groundbreaking and the largest Chinese acquisition in environment industry in Central and Eastern Europe.
|Project||Annual Power Generation Capacity
|Europe - Germany|
|German Ground Solar Energy Project||3,611,000||68|
German Ground Solar Energy Project located at Schönewalde, eastern Germany, has a designed power generation capacity of 3.7 MW. Everbright International acquired the project in 2011 – its first overseas investment project and the largest ground silicon-based thin-film solar energy generation system in Germany at that time. The project has been running steadily for six years with high energy efficiency, providing long-term stable electricity to the local communities.
|Project||Daily Waste Processing Capacity
|Southeast Asia - Vietnam|
|Can Tho Waste-to-energy Project||400||314|
Vietnam Can Tho Waste-to-energy Project has a designed daily waste processing capacity of 400 tonnes. It is Everbright International's first waste-to-energy project in the overseas market, and marks an important milestone in Everbright International's development in Vietnam's solid waste treatment market. The project's core equipment adopts Everbright International's self-developed apparatus. Following the completion of construction works, it has become Vietnam's first advanced waste-to-energy project in operation.