China Huadian Engineering Co.
CHEC is part of the China Huadian Corporation, said to be one of the largest state-owned power generation enterprises, and is involved in contracting in various sectors such as electric power, metallurgy, mining and new energy engineering (biomass/biogas, solar, wind, small-scale hydro and coal bed methane). It has signed a preliminary agreement with the Romanian government for the construction of a new unit at Rovinari lignite power plant in Romania.
In 2013, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and the Ministry of Environmental Protection issued the Guidelines for Environmental Protection in Foreign Investment and Cooperation. These Guidelines are not legally binding but can be quoted as a policy that CHEC should act in line with. In addition, while doing business in the EU or potential EU countries, it can be argued that companies should act in line with EU legislation.
CHEC does not have a public grievance mechanism and does not publish much information about its staff on its website. Therefore getting in touch is not easy: you need to send faxes and hard copies of letters.
As CHEC is a state-owned enterprise, it is directly responsible towards the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC). Projects with a total investment of over USD 30 million or with over USD 10 million in foreign exchange must also be approved by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). Therefore if your communication with the company does not yield any results, it is possible to also contact the SASAC and the NDRC.
No. 273 Xizhimen Street, Xicheng District,