DEPUTY General Manager Zou Jun of the China Gezhouba Group International Engineering Company (CGGC) Ltd. recently visited the regional office of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) on Monday to present his company as a contractor of infrastructure projects and as an investor, especially on hydroelectric power projects.
As I googled the said company, I found out its most notable project is the Three Gorges Dam along the mighty Yangtze River. Three Gorges Dam is the world’s largest capacity hydroelectric power station with a total generating capacity of 18,200 MW.
During his visit, OIC-assistant regional director Alan L. Olavides and PMED Chief Engr. Jaime H. Pacampara presented the Philippine government procedures to be followed, particularly under the Electric Power and Industry Reform Act (Epira), should an investor undertake power generating projects and procedures under the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law and Public-Private Partnership (PPP).
Zou was given the chance to view the audio-visual presentation about Northern Mindanao’s profile and the region’s development directions.
With Zou during the visit were consultants Stanley B. Uriarte and Elly Santos and Clint Pacana, chief of staff of the Office of Representtaive Peter M. Unabia (1st district, Misamis Oriental).
Learn more of the company on its website: http://www.gzbgj.com/english/