China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (Energy China Group) held an event to record its green energy and major projects worldwide by collecting photos taken at different times within 24 hours on April 22, the 51st Earth Day.
Themed on the harmonious relation between humans and nature, it encouraged Energy China Group's employees no matter where they were located to record their work and their daily lives and to promote Chinese design and construction to the world.
The photos concentrate on all kinds of aspects including green development, skills and techniques, safe production, individual workers and local scenery.
In addition to depicting projects under construction, the event was also a chance to show the COVID-19 prevention and control measures as well as resumption of production in such a special period.
With business covering more than 100 countries and regions, Energy China Group plays a role in China's power industry development.
The group is currently the world's largest solution provider in the electricity field and has nearly 3,000 middle and large-scale projects at home and abroad in engineering, investment and operation, equipment manufacturing.
Its projects cover such fields as hydropower, thermal power, power grids, nuclear power stations, wind farms, photovoltaic installations, environmental protection water affairs, roads and bridges, rail transit, underground pipelines and energy equipment manufacturing.
Two builders from China and Turkey work at the Hunutlu thermal power plant project construction site. The project is contracted by China Energy Engineering Group Anhui No.1 Electric Power Construction Co., Ltd. [Photo/sasac.gov.cn]
Workers of China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (Energy China Group) cover the cables for the Beigang Changhe photovoltaic power generation project in Yiyang of Central China's Hunan province.
Construction of the Caculo Cabaca hydropower plant project in Angola is contracted by Energy China Group's China Gezhouba Group Co., Ltd. [Photo/sasac.gov.cn]
The Java-7 Coal-Fired Power Plant Project in Indonesia is generally contracted by Energy China Group. [Photo/sasac.gov.cn]
The Zhuhai Jinwan offshore wind farm is generally contracted by Energy China Group [Photo/sasac.gov.cn]
(Executive editor: Zhang Tianyuan)