On May 20th, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) released the "Call for Applications: GEIDCO Research Projects (GRPs) 2020", which received positive responses from all parties.
The two sides had in-depth exchanges and reached many common understandings on promoting global energy interconnection (GEI), and clean and sustainable development in Egypt and the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa). During the visit, Ambassador Elbadri delivered a personal letter from Egyptian President H.E. Abdel Fattah El Sisi to Chairman Liu Zhenya.
The Research on Hydropower Development and Delivery in Congo River (Chinese and English versions) authored by GEIDCO, was published worldwide. This is the first planning study on hydropower development and outbound delivery in the downstream of the Congo River under the framework of African Energy Interconnection, filling in the gaps in relevant research fields worldwide.
In 2020, a crisis emanating from the nature dealt a heavy blow to the human society, sounding a wake-up call.
In order to better support the major research work of the Global Energy Interconnection, the Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) now publicly issue this Call for Applications: GEIDCO Research Projects (GRPs) 2020 as follows.
About 800 guests from relevant governments, international organizations, enterprises, financial institutions as well as universities and research institutions around the globe
Recently, the Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO) held the Webseminar /Press Conference for its Fourth Anniversary. Many well-known media outlets attended and asked some high-profile questions online.
Representatives from international organizations, energy companies, consulting agencies, and universities at home and abroad delivered speeches through video. Many well-known media attended and asked some highest-profile questions live online, to which GEIDCO spokesperson and speakers answered in real time.