ECOVE Environment Corporation is a resource management services provider that assists public and private entities in Taiwan, Macau, Mainland China, Southeast Asia, India and the USA.
We help in the ﬁnancing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of EfW plants.
We help in the ﬁnancing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of Photovoltaic Power plants.
We oversee the development, operations and maintenance of resource reclamation and treatment plants.
Latest News / Awards
GDDC Builds Taipei’s Largest Solar Power Plant on the Roof of the Beitou Depot
G.D. Development Corporation (GDDC), a subsidiary of industry-leading resource cycling services provider ECOVE, announced on the 13th Apr. that it obtained the bid of the solar power plant at the Beitou Depot.
GDDC will complete a total capacity of 3.8MW photovoltaic power facilities, the largest solar power plant in Taipei City, and generate about 4,300MWh green power which could supply for 1,100 families yearly and cut down 22,00 metric tons of carbon emission annually.
GDDC, founded in 2011, is a joint venture between ECOVE and Gintech Energy Corporation with extensive experience in the investment, development, construction, and operation of solar power facilities at Taiwan High Speed Rail station, Kaohsiung MRT station, Kaohsiung Harbor, and aviation stations in Taiwan. In Nov. 2017, GDDC signed the contract of solar power plant at Beitou Depot with Taipei Metro and would be responsible for the overall planning, investment, construction and operation. The solar power plant will be built in June this year and completed before the end of the year.
Latest CSR Activity
Gorgeously Painted Green Windmill
Taichung City Government’s EPB and Wujih EfW plant co-organized the parent-child DIY green windmill creative competition to the local residents to promote the awareness and reduction of carbon emissions through smart selection of goods.Read More
Energy-from-Waste: A Practical and Efficient Solution to the Global Waste Crisis
This white paper explores the role Energy-from-Waste played in gaining control over Taiwan’s accumulating waste. Through the lens of Taiwan, this paper explores how similar policies could be implemented in emerging economies to help improve waste management systems globally.PDF download