These five projects will handle only 2 million tons of biomass waste
annually compared to the 650 million tons of biomass waste produced
annually in China. The biomass waste to energy market in China is therefore
only in its infancy.
Highlights of the Biomass Waste To Energy Projects
-- 5 Biomass Waste To Energy Plants in China, which are expected to begin
operations in 2010
- Renewable Energy - PRC governmental support
- Environmentally ''Clean'' & ecologically ''friendly''
- Alternative Energy for PRC - no oil, no coal, not hydro, not nuclear
- Experienced Management
The Company is developing its Renewable Energy Projects & Pipeline in Biomass Energy Power Generation Plants & Hydropower Plants in hopes of reaching a total Potential Power Capacity of 3200 MW by the year 2013 via Merger & Acquisitions (M&A), Joint-Venture Partnerships with Biomass Energy Plants/Projects & Hydropower Plants and companies, governments in China, or/and worldwide. The Company's Advanced Renewable Energy Strategy & Plan in Hydropower Plants and Biomass Energy Power Generation Plants will have technical, social, and environmental benefits and provide investment and business opportunities in the cost-competitive Biomass Energy/hydropower capacity energy supply in China as well as around the world, which will increase the Company's worldwide shareholders' value in the long term.
The Company's objective is to achieve long-term capital appreciation
through investment in companies and other entities with significant assets,
investments, production activities, trading or other business interests in
China, or/and worldwide, or/and which derive a significant part of their
revenue from China, or/and worldwi
|SOURCE China Holdings, Inc.|
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