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Mr. Xu Xiaodong Attends ASEAN +3 Energy Ministerial Meeting and Promotes Laos Power Planning and China-Philippines Energy Cooperation

The 14th ASEAN +3 (China, Japan, Korea) Energy Ministerial Meeting and the 11th East Asia Summit Energy Ministerial Meeting was held in Philippines during September 25 to 29. Invited by the National Energy Administration, Mr. Xu Xiaodong, the vice president of the Electric Power Planning and Engineering Institute (EPPEI), attended the meeting as a member of the Chinese delegation.

 

During the meeting, the Chinese delegation met with Alfonso Cusi, the Secretary of Philippines Department of Energy. The two sides conducted in-depth communication on accelerating the formulation of China-Philippine energy cooperation planning and promoting the demonstrative project of the Philippine commercial power plant for peak load regulation. The two sides also clarified the work plan for the next phase. The Chinese delegation also met with Thongphat INTHAVONG, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Mines and Energy in Laos. The Laos side spoke highly of the Lao power planning produced by EPPEI. The two sides agreed to submit the planning to the Energy Cooperation Working Group of China-Laos for review.

 

The meeting held in-depth discussions on a series of issues including ensuring regional energy security, strengthening cooperation in renewable energy, promoting clean coal utilization, and strengthening capacity building for civilian nuclear energy and green energy. Ministers Joint Statements of ASEAN +3 Energy Ministerial Meeting and East Asia Summit have been issued on the meeting. EPPEI assisted the National Energy Administration in preparing the relevant documents and materials for the meeting and provided effective intellectual support for the achievement of the conference. Entrusted by the National Energy Administration, EPPEI has recently undertaken works such as the China-Philippine energy cooperation planning, the Philippine demonstrative power generation project assessment and the Lao power planning.

 

Related personnel from International Business Department of EPPEI participated in relevant activities.

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