Cuevas & Montoto Consultores is to help CTGE set up a “PPMS” and maintain its three ISO certifications in Europe
Cuevas & Montoto Consultores has reached a new agreement with CTG Europe, a subsidiary in Europe of the China Three Gorges (CTG) corporation, through which we will help them set up a new ‘Power Production Management System’ (PPMS), and incorporate it into its Quality, Environment, and Occupational Health and Safety Management System.
Likewise, we will provide our support to maintain the Quality (ISO 9001), Environment (ISO 14001), and Occupational Health and Safety (ISO 45001) certifications, with scope for investment activities, business development and clean energy operations management, the provision of corporate governance and integrated management that it performs in Europe.
The signed agreement also includes the possibility of incorporating from now on into its Quality, Environment, and Occupational Health and Safety Management System, those new solar or wind farms that it gradually incorporates into its portfolio of assets in Europe, either by the acquisition of operating parks (already built) or those under development (under construction), as well as the development of new parks from scratch.
With this contract, Cuevas & Montoto Consultores establishes itself as an international advisor for obtaining, maintaining and expanding certifications for Quality (ISO 9001), Environment (ISO 14001) and Health and Safety (ISO 45001) in the sector of renewable energies, after the contract signed with this same company in December 2021, the one signed in March 2021, with Power Choice as a continuation of previous work signed with themselves in April 2020, and the contract signed in March 2019 with the also Chinese Trina Solar.
About CTG Europe and the CTG corporation
China Three Gorges Europe (CTG Europe) is the Chinese corporation CTG’s European subsidiary, founded in 1993 for the construction of the Three Gorges Dam, which is currently the world’s largest hydropower developer, exists in more than 40 countries and is China’s largest green energy group. Its subsidiary CTG Europe is one of the world’s largest renewable energy producers.
[sources: www.ctg.com.cn and LinkedIn]