Danish companies’ potential of doing business with the Chinese is huge, especially within clean-air technology, biomass and waste incineration. This much was clear when a delegation headed by three Danish ministers visited Beijing’s largest thermal power station and overlooked the ratification of a strategically significant commercial contract between FORCE Technology and Tongfang Environment CO., Ltd.
China has, with the world’s largest growth economy, a huge consumption of energy and emits large amounts of dangerously contaminating nitrogen – and sulphurous compounds from their many carbon-fired power plants.
The vast country to the East faces a future change-over from coal to green energy such as wind turbines and biomass – and this may open many doors so that Danish companies can flaunt their competences and solutions to Chinese players within the energy and waste incineration area, Managing Director with FORCE Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd recounts.
Nis Hansen signed the new deal about supply of Danish clean air technology for reduction of the air pollution in China. In this connection, he had a lengthy conversation with the minister for the environment in Denmark, Kirsten Brosbøl, during which they discussed Danish clean air companies’ potential at the Chinese market, because of the new tightened air regulations.
Huge potential for green energy in China
”I am pleased that our customer, represented by General Manager Leping Tang from Tongfang Environment CO., Ltd. expressed satisfaction with our long-standing cooperation and look forward to intensifying it. It is also very positive that the Chinese see great potential in cooperating with Danish companies, e.g. within biomass and waste incineration”, Nis Hansen states.
”We expect to get more and more projects in China. Our solid position in the Chinese market for clean air technologies and our long-standing competences from the Danish market make a good starting point for entering into new agreements with new Chinese customers within biomass and waste incineration”, Nis Hansen concludes.