Visit of a delegation from the Chinese state-owned conglomerate CECEP

15 September 2023

Presentation and discussion of the Haliotis 2 project with a delegation from the Chinese conglomerate CECEP

During their European tour dedicated to meet sustainable development players, a delegation from the Chinese state-owned conglomerate, China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group Corporation (CECEP), visited the Nice Haliotis wastewater treatment plant. The visit was an opportunity for the Haliotis 2 project team to share its know-how and the innovations that make up this project to renovate and modernize the existing plant’s equipment.

About CECEP:

CECEP, a state-owned enterprise based in Beijing, was established in 1988 by the State Council of the People’s Republic of China. CECEP’s investment portfolio is committed to promoting technologies and projects focused on energy conservation and environmental protection.

Its fields of activity include:

  • Environmental protection
  • Water resources management
  • Water production and supply
  • Wastewater treatment and recycling
  • Manufacture of anti-pollution equipment
  • Construction of environmental projects
  • Power and heat generation
  • Manufacture of energy transmission, distribution and control equipment
  • Manufacture of lighting devices and instruments
  • Production of cold-rolled steel strip and manufacture of metal processing machinery
  • Hydroelectric and wind power generation, gas supply
  • Manufacture of new building materials
  • Mining and processing of rare metals and rare earth ores
  • Manufacture of communications equipment, electronic devices, chemical information products and public safety equipment.

Under the presidency of Xiaokang Wang, the CECEP has carried out more than 3,000 large-scale projects in favor of energy efficiency and environmental protection.

The meeting strengthened the ties between Haliotis 2 and the CECEP, underlining the importance of international collaboration in the field of environmental preservation and sustainable development.