Shanghai, China-June 21, 2023-On the afternoon of June 20th, accompanied by Ms. Puthi Zipa, Consul General of the South African Consulate in Shanghai, Mr. Kgosientsho Ramokgopa, Minister of the Department of Power from South African Presidential Palace, visited Central Holding Group (1735.HK) for research purposes. Central Holding Group is also the only private enterprise in China to receive a visit for research purposes from the South African Department of Power following their meeting with the National Energy Administration of China on the 19th. Mr. Yu Zhuyun, Chairman of Central Holding Group, Mr. Li Bei, Vice President of the Group and Chairman of CHG EnSOL Renewable Technology Co., Ltd. and relevant business executives of the company accompanied the research visit.
With a strong desire to quickly address South Africa's power challenges and seek partners in the context of energy transformation, Mr. Ramokgopa warmly invited Central Holding Group to explore the South African market and promote cooperation with local companies in South Africa, accelerating the country's energy transformation with advanced technological support.
Mr. Yu Zhuyun stated that Central Holding Group will firmly implement the national ‘going global' strategy and actively integrate into the co-construction of the ‘Belt and Road' initiative. The company focuses on n-type TOPCon cell technology and is willing to carefully consider the feasibility of establishing advanced photovoltaic industries and demonstration projects for photovoltaic energy storage systems in South Africa, to support the country's power transformation and the development of new energy. With the continuous advancement of photovoltaic technology, Central Holding Group aims to become a comprehensive solution provider for the South African and international markets by combining technology, capital, and the delivery of complete photovoltaic system solutions.
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