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Progress internationally July 23, 2009

Posted by cleanidahoenergy in AEHI, China, Chinese nuclear energy, economic benefits.
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While our rezone application moves through the Elmore County process, we are pleased at our progress on the international front. Below is a story in Nuclear Street based on a recent news release we sent out.

AEHI’s CEO Meets Vice Minister of China’s NEA; Support Given For Strategic Nuclear Power Partnerships

Don Gillispie, during a recent trip to Beijing to open AEHI China’s new office in the Fortune Plaza, met with Sun Qin, Vice Minister of China’s National Energy Administration

– By Abby Gessner –
Alternate Energy Holdings Inc. (AEHI) CEO, Don Gillispie, during a recent trip to Beijing to open AEHI China’s new office in the Fortune Plaza, met with Sun Qin, Vice Minister of China’s National Energy Administration (China’s NEA equates to US Department of Energy). Mr. Sun openly supports AEHI joint ventures, strategic partnerships, and investments in the company’s projects as part of cooperation with the US-China agreement to work together on clean energy sources per US Secretary of Energy Steven Chu’s visit to China last week.

AEHI is working to get China producing internationally qualified products for use in nuclear plants to help lower the high cost of these components.

Don Gillispie said, “In addition we have been warmly received by nuclear component suppliers and operating companies such as China Shipbuilding Industry Company and Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding Company.”

The company has been given an MOU from Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company, a division of China Shipbuilding, to work together to produce components such as nuclear containment liners, stainless steel piping, and desalination units.

Also, AEHI will work with Chinese companies to produce a new advanced nuclear reactor for international markets to improve competition and lower costs.

Gillispie told Nuclear street that “It was a great honor meeting with Sun Qin, Vice Minister of China’s National Energy Administration . He openly supports AEHI joint ventures, strategic partnerships, and investments in our project as part of cooperation with the US-China agreement to work together on clean energy sources per Secretary Energy Chu’s visit this week. We hope to get China producing ASME and N stamp products for use in nuclear plants to help lower the high cost of these products. We have been warmly received by suppliers and nuclear companies here as well. We will work with China to produce a generation 3 reactor for international markets to counteract the current high capital costs.”

aehichina01http://www.alternateenergyholdings.com Alternate Energy Holdings develops and markets innovative clean energy sources. Current projects include the Idaho Energy Complex (an advanced nuclear plant and bio-fuel generation facility), Energy Neutral which removes energy demands from homes and businesses (www.energyneutralinc.com), Colorado Energy Park (nuclear and solar generating plants) and International Reactors, Inc., which assists developing countries with nuclear reactors for power generation, production of potable water and other suitable applications.

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