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Vice Chairman of CPPCC National Committee: GCL Makes Historic Contributions to Green Development

2018-05-08   

     

 

     Gao Yunlong, Vice Chairman of the CPPCC National Committee and Chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC), has conducted a fact-finding investigation at GCL Energy Center in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. When visiting the Future Energy Pavilion, Zhu Gongshan, Chairman of GCL Group said to Mr. Gao that GCL New Energy quotes a price of 0.32 yuan per kilowatt-hour, a fresh low across the industry, in applying for the Pacesetter Project of Photovoltaic Power Generation Applications in Delingha, Qinghai province. Gao fully affirmed, “By quoting such a low price, GCL Group has made historic contributions to the green development of China.”
  Mr. Gao's visit to Suzhou was to conduct an in-depth investigation on military-civilian integration.
  In recent years GCL Group has played its role as an integrated energy service provider and opened up a path of the military-civilian integration development. Now, it can provide multi-energy complementary solutions for comprehensive energy utilization for mobile energy island for military use, barracks, and sentry posts on plateaus and islands. It is preferred as a new energy unit for the construction of military facilities by the National Energy Administration of China and the Energy Bureau of the Logistic Support Department of the Central Military Commission. GCL Group has put in place related projects at a station of some test base of the air force and some Joint Logistic Support Center under the PLA Eastern Theater Command.
  At a forum on promoting the development of military-civilian integration of private enterprises held in the Directors’ Room of GCL Group, Mr. Zhu Gongshan put forward the suggestion that we should optimize the conditions for private enterprises to develop military-civilian integration by taking the opportunity of mixed-ownership reform of state-owned enterprises. Zhu hoped the ACFIC would establish a mixed-ownership reform platform to encourage and guide state-owned enterprises and private ones to jointly make greater contributions to the cause of military-civilian integration. This proposal has been approved by the investigation group.
  On the same day an unveiling ceremony was held in the R&D Building of Suzhou GCL Energy Center for the establishment of Suzhou Chamber of Commerce for Science and Technology Equipment. Leaders such as Gao Yunlong and Xu Zhongzi unveiled the nameplate.