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China Everbright waste-to-energy unit beats own forecast with 49pc first-half profit growth

2017-08-15 scmp
The company has a cash pile of HK$10.8b as at June 30, after a HK$3.38 billion share offer and separate listing of its renewable energy and industrial waste treatment operations in May (0-1)

Half-year Report

2017-08-03 londonstockexchange
The Company’s investment objectives are to achieve a high income and to realise long term growth in the capital value of its portfolio. The Company will seek to achieve these objectives by investing principally in the equity and equity-related securities of companies operating primarily in the energy and water sectors, as well as other infrastructure investments.

Everbright to spin off Greentech unit via a Hong Kong IPO

2017-04-13 scmp
China Everbright International, one of the nation’s largest developers of waste-to-energy and water treatment projects, said it plans to spin off its Greentech business and raise between HK$2.9 billion and HK$3.3 billion through a stock sale on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Nanjing Waste-to-energy Project Phase II Begins Operation

2017-04-03 renewableenergyworld
China Everbright International last week said that it has placed the second phase of its Nanjing waste-to-energy project into commercial operation. Nanjing phase two is designed with a daily household waste processing capacity of 2,000 metric tons, with a total investment of approximately RMB980 million (US$142 million).

China’s Jiangsu Province Expands Waste-to-energy Capacity

2017-03-20 renewableenergyworld
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Final Results

2017-03-13 londonstockexchange
The Company’s investment objectives are to achieve a high income and to realise long term growth in the capital value of its portfolio. The Company will seek to achieve these objectives by investing principally in the equity and equity-related securities of companies operating primarily in the energy and water sectors, as well as other infrastructure investments.

China Everbright International posts 33pc rise in 2016 profit

2017-02-28 scmp
China Everbright International, one of the nation’s largest developers of waste to energy and water treatment projects, posted a better than expected 33 per cent rise in annual profit and raised its dividend payout.

Muted market opening, major developers and casino operators to post earnings later in the day

2017-02-28 scmp
NY gold futures jump to US$1,263 per ounce, the highest level in three months as investors worry about uncertainties in Trump’s Congress speech

[Press] Report Says, Asia-Pacific to experience highest market growth for waste to energy (WTE) industry

2017-02-13 oilvoice
According to the recent report by Zion Market Research, Growing power consumption owing to rapid industrialization along with increasing focus. The process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the primary treatment of waste is called as waste-to-energy. It is also known as energy-from-waste. Waste-to-energy can be called as a form of energy recovery process. Most of the waste-to-energy processes produce electricity and heat directly through combustion or produce combustible fuel commodities such as methane, methanol, ethanol, or synthetic fuels. (0-1)

China Everbright eyes more projects to generate power from waste in Asia

2017-01-05 scmp
The Beijing-based operator of waste incinerators that produce electricity is in talks to build more projects in southern Asia after it won the region’s first open tender in Vietnam (0-1)

China to burn, not bury, as it tackles trash challenge

2016-11-14 reuters
WUJIANG, China Thousands of tonnes of urban waste are hidden behind scrubbed white walls at a new power plant on the outskirts of the Chinese city of Wujiang, with even its chimney disguised as a clock tower.

Waste to Energy (WtE) Market Outlook 2016-2026

2016-10-25 prnewswire
Report Details Visiongain assesses that the global waste-to-energy market will experience Capex of $11,772m in 2016. Read on to discover the potential business opportunities available. It is very easy to confuse waste incinerators of the past with modern waste-to-energy plants. However, the truth is that the current performance of the WtE industry is irreproachable. While there is an obvious need to prevent the excessive generation of global waste, the technologies for energy-from-waste recovery can assume a central part in mitigating the problem. (0-1)

Propel Fuels Named Finalist for 2016 Platts Global Energy Awards

2016-10-06 marketwired
Low Carbon Fuel Retailer Recognized for Driving Fuel Volumes Six-Times the National Average Through Unparalleled Innovation in Customer Experience

Beijing’s power tariff cut proposal hammers Chinese renewable energy stocks

2016-09-30 scmp
Shares of Chinese developers of wind and solar power projects sank after Beijing proposed substantial cuts to their subsidised power tariffs to plug the growing deficit in the state-financed renewable energy subsidy fund.

Deutsche Bank maintains positive view on ‘green’ Chinese stocks

2016-09-19 scmp
Environmental protection sector now accounts for nearly a quarter of the total number of PPP-backed projects