On July 8, 2021, Beijing Energy International Yantai Qixia 112 MW Photovoltaic Power Generation Project kicked off in Guanli Town, Qixia City of Yantai. Zhang Xiaodong, Deputy Secretary of Qixia Municipal Party Committee and Deputy Secretary of Party Leadership Group of Municipal People's Government, Liu Haihua, Deputy Mayor of Municipal People's Government; Zhang Ping, Party Committee Secretary and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Beijing Energy International, Jia Geng, Vice President, Fan Liyun, General Manager of North China Regional Company; and Liu Quanbin, Deputy General Manager of Shandong Hengchengxin Engineering Project Management Co., Ltd. participated in the event. Persons in charge from relevant departments in Qixia City and Guanli Town, representatives from Qixia Branch of Bank of China also attended the commencement ceremony.
At the ceremony, Liu Haihua, Jia Geng and Liu Quanbin delivered speeches successively and Zhang Ping announced the commencement of the project.
Beijing Energy International Yantai Qixia 112 MW Photovoltaic Power Generation Project is the company’s first photovoltaic project with capacity of over 100 MW, and the key project of double recruitment and introduction in Shandong Province. With the high attention and strong support of the Shandong Provincial Government and the Yantai Municipal Government, prior to the commencement of the project, the relevant formalities such as the construction land use planning permit, construction project planning permit, land and real estate proof and construction permit, etc, were completed, ensuring that the project complied with the laws and regulations and was progressed orderly. After the project is put into construction, it will play a positive role in promoting the economic and social benefits, such as comprehensive development and utilization of local resources and the increase of farmers’ income. It marks a new step in the development of clean energy industry of Yantai City, facilitating Shandong Province in gaining the achievement of peaking carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060 at an early date.