Funding & EPC

EcoGen – Provision of Project Funding & EPC to UK & International Developers – main focus is on Solar Farms & Wind Farm developments.

We hope to partner GB Energy

EcoGen will also be assisting the Central Tanzania Corridor with Funding & EPC for suitable Energy Bankable projects. Our focus is on Solar Farms, Wind Farms, Hydroelectricity Dams and all other suitable technologies if at a Ready-to-Build stage with good IRR’s.


For the Central Tanzania Corridor, OMNICORP have been chosen by us to assist. Their Consulting division

EcoGen have partnered with PSECC Ltd who are Energy coordinators for the US$50 Billion Lapsset Corridor in Kenya – Green Corridor, Energy, Water & Waste.

  • Energy & Climate Protection
  • Pre-construction and Tendering Support.
  • PPP Advisory Services

Also partners have UK and China Offices

EcoGen – Leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of tomorrow.

Some of the organisations we have assisted:

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China to assist the UK – EcoGen

EcoGen – Funding for all Renewable Energy Bankable projects to mitigate the expected 3 Degree rise in temperatures and not meeting the Paris Accord.

Renewable Energy Technologies

Complete Funding package

EcoGen – Experienced in all types of funding packages 100% Debt:Equity and Joint Ventures

Project solutions

EcoGen – All suitable Bankable Renewable Energy projects

Special Economic Zones (SEZ’s)

EPC companies provided

EcoGen – Experienced companies in all sectors of Engineering, Procurement & Construction

Project Management

EcoGen – Experienced teams in the UK, China and Africa

EcoGenChina leads the way in

Climate Change Mitigation

EcoGen – China is leading the way in climate change mitigation Globally through several key measures and initiatives.

Here are some of the ways:

1. Renewable Energy Investment: China is the largest investor in renewable energy worldwide, consistently investing heavily in wind, solar, hydro, and nuclear power projects. It leads in both renewable energy capacity and generation, playing a crucial role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

2. Emissions Reduction Targets: China has set ambitious emissions reduction targets, including a commitment to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. These targets align with the goals of the Paris Agreement and demonstrate China’s serious commitment to mitigating climate change.

3. Clean Energy Transition: China has been transitioning from coal to cleaner energy sources. It has implemented policies to reduce coal consumption, shut down inefficient coal-fired power plants, and adopted stricter emissions standards. This shift has helped in reducing air pollution levels and carbon emissions.

4. Electric Vehicles Adoption: The Chinese government has been actively promoting electric vehicles (EVs) through subsidies, incentives, and investment in EV charging infrastructure. China is now the world’s largest market for EVs and has set targets for EV sales to replace gasoline-powered cars, thereby reducing emissions from the transportation sector.

5. International Cooperation: China actively participates in international climate change initiatives such as the recent Climate Change Agreement with the USA in November 2023 also the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement. It collaborates with other countries, providing financial and technical assistance to developing nations for clean energy projects, reducing deforestation, and sharing knowledge and best practices.

6. Green Finance and Carbon Trading: China has been actively promoting green finance to fund low-carbon projects in Africa, China and on an International basis and develop a carbon market. The country of China has the world’s largest emissions trading system and is continuously working to improve its effectiveness.

7. Reforestation and Afforestation: China has implemented extensive reforestation and afforestation programs to restore degraded lands and increase forest cover. These initiatives help sequester carbon dioxide, promote biodiversity, and contribute to climate change mitigation.

While China still faces challenges in transitioning to a low-carbon economy due to its large population and rapid development, its significant efforts and progress in climate change mitigation have positioned it as a global leader in tackling environmental issues.

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Complete Funding package

Experienced in all types of funding packages and Joint Ventures

International Cooperation

international joint ventures where China has invested in renewable energy projects

1. China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG) and EDP Renováveis (EDPR): China Three Gorges Corporation, one of China’s largest power companies, has a joint venture with EDP Renováveis, a global leader in clean electricity production. They collaborate on various wind energy projects worldwide, including offshore wind farms in Europe and North America.

2. State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC) and Enel Green Power: State Power Investment Corporation Limited, a Chinese state-owned energy company, has teamed up with Enel Green Power, an Italian renewable energy company. Together, they work on solar and wind power projects in multiple countries, including Australia, Spain, and Chile.

3. China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) and Framatome: China General Nuclear Power Group, a major nuclear energy company in China, has formed a joint venture with Framatome (formerly Areva NP), a French nuclear energy company. They collaborate on nuclear power projects globally, focusing on safety, efficiency, and sustainability.

4. Goldwind and Potentia Renewables: Goldwind, one of China’s largest wind turbine manufacturers, has partnered with Potentia Renewables, a Canadian renewable energy developer. They collaborate on wind power projects in Canada, harnessing Goldwind’s technologies and Potentia’s expertise in project development and operations.

5. JinkoSolar and Tongwei: JinkoSolar, a Chinese solar module manufacturer, and Tongwei, a Chinese solar cell manufacturer, have formed a joint venture to invest in photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing plants in Malaysia.

This collaboration aims to expand their PV production capacity and strengthen their presence in the global solar market. These are just a few examples of international joint ventures where China has invested in renewable energy projects. China’s investments in renewable energy worldwide have played a significant role in fostering global cooperation in clean energy development and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

UK Market

On the 13th November 2023 the UK Government indicated the following:

New rules to speed up electricity grid connections for viable projects and allow stalled or speculative developers to be forced out of the queue have been announced by Ofgem.

The change is a big step away from the existing ‘first-come, first-served’ system, which has led to a long queue of energy projects which could generate almost 400GW of electricity – well in excess of what is needed to power the entire British energy system.

The new queue management milestones will be implemented by the UK grid’s operator, National Grid ESO, from 27 November 2023 and will be introduced to both existing and future grid connection agreements. This will terminate stalled projects that are blocking the queue for high-voltage transmission lines and means ready-to-go generation and storage to enable net zero can be fast-tracked.

EcoGen will offer services to the following companies:

Largest Solar Farm developers:

  1. Lightsource BP
  2. Solarcentury
  3. FRV (Fotowatio Renewable Ventures)
  4. Innogy
  5. Octopus Energy
  6. Anesco
  7. Foresight Group
  8. Aura Power
  9. BayWa r.e.
  10. Low Carbon
  11. Elgin Energy
  12. Hive Energy
  13. Wirsol
  14. Renewable Energy Systems (RES)
  15. Primrose Solar
  16. BSR EPC Limited
  17. British Solar Renewables (BSR)
  18. Solarplicity
  19. Pivot Power
  20. Swindon Power Station Ltd

China is now leading the way in Net Zero Climate Change Mitigation and can assist the UK transition – EcoGen

Meet our team


Alan Brewer MSc

Founder & CEO


Michael Pan


China Ventures