This year marks the 46th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Equatorial Guinea.
Bilateral cooperation has been flourishing ever since.
Djiploho hydropower plant in the central-west African country is a project completed by the Power Construction Corporation of China in 2011.
With a capacity of 12 gigawatts, it has provided a stable power supply for local economic development and people’s lives, fundamentally relieving the local power supply shortage.
It is among the plenty of projects that Chinese enterprises construct in Equatorial Guinea which contributes to the local people’s well-being.
In 2013, a reservoir was built in the upstream of the power plant to cope with the seasonal changes of rainfall and the resulted uneven generation.
Li Feng, deputy secretary of Power Construction Corporation of China in Equatorial Guinea, says the top leaders of the country attaches great importance to the power plant for it plays a major role in supplying power to the continental region of the country.
The night view of a substation of the Djiploho hydropower plant in Equatorial Guinea in central-west Africa
The dam for raising the water level of the Djiploho hydropower plant in Equatorial Guinea in central-west Africa