Recently, after being approved by National Energy Administration, NCWU was successfully selected as a member of APEC energy partner network. At present, APEC Energy Partner Network has 77 members in China, including only three institutions of higher learning.
NCWU attached great importance to the application, and Vice President Liu Xuemei held a coordination meeting to deploy relevant work. Through the close cooperation of School of Water Conservancy, Electric Power and International Office, the application materials were submitted in September.
As a member of APEC Energy Partner Network, NCWU will participate in policy and technical cooperation activities of relevant expert and task groups, APEC energy projects, energy cooperation activities, etc., and will regularly report the progress and achievements of relevant work to the National Energy Administration.