HEPC specializes in investing and developing million euro projects all over the world in different areas such as Water Management, Bio energy, Renewable Energy, Agriculture, Cattle Breeding, Hospitals, Real Estate.
HEPC works together with numerous specialist/partners and co-investors all over Europe. All these partners have experience in executing projects on different continents.
The mission of HEPC is to advance to a better world by solving worldwide problems such as new green and sustainable technology, advanced healthcare, innovation in education and poverty reduction.
To use modern technology in improving the environment while creating a higher and sustainable standard of living in developing countries.
First and foremost, HEPC is an investment company. HEPC invests and has entrance to special funds and investors who want to invest in sustainable projects. HEPC only invests in projects of 400 million Euros or more. An applicant has to meet HEPC’s requirements before an investment will be done. In some cases, HEPC is even willing to donate the investment, particular in developing countries.
HEPC has invested in different projects in Tanzania, South Sudan, Nigeria, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.
Wim Belt is a passionate entrepreneur, who has a broad experience in entrepreneurship. After establishing different businesses in internet marketing and high level training/coaching of entrepreneurs he decided to make a difference in the world by investing in water management and sustainable energy in developing countries. Together with Kees de Haan, Wim is the founder of HEPC. Currently he has the position of CEO.
Kees de Haan is an experienced entrepreneur, who is determined to make a difference in the world in the developing countries, especially in the environmental and humanitarian field. He worked for a long time as an independent member of the KRVE in the port of Rotterdam and was elected in the board. He was commissioner for the safety department amongst other responsibilities. Together with Wim Belt he is the founder of HEPC and has the position of CFO.
Humanitarian Evironmental Projects Company in the press.
Benue Govt., HEPC signs €400 million MOU for mechanize agriculture November 23, 2016 Speaking during the ceremony at the People’s House in Makurdi, Wim Belt, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of HEPC, said the project would provide 5,000 jobs and education to the local populace The Benue Government and Humanitarian Environmental Project Company on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding worth €400 million for the mechanisation of agriculture in the state. Speaking during the ceremony at the People’s House in Makurdi, Wim Belt, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of HEPC, said the project would provide 5,000 jobs and education to the local populace. According to Belt, the company intends to introduce an international advanced system of agriculture value chain by customising it to suit the state. He further explained that the company would also build fruit and wine factories, abattoirs, clinics, houses and other infrastructure in the state. Speaking on behalf of the Benue Government, Prof. Denis Ityavyar, the Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology, assured the investors of the government’s commitment to the success of the MoU. Ityavyar also disclosed that the government had already approved land for the company’s housing project. He also assured the delegation from HEPC of adequate security.
NETHERLANDS FIRM EARMARKS €400 MILLION FOR AGRICULTURE IN BENUE A Netherlands based firm, Humanitarian Environment Project Company, HEPC is to invest 400 million euros in developing the agriculture value chain in Benue State. The Chief Executive Officer of HEPC, Mr. Wim Belt disclosed this at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding, MOU, between the Benue State Government and his company. According to Mr. Belt, 5,000 jobs would be created from the projects. He said in the next three months, the company will put in place modalities to commence livestock production as well as fruits juice and wine processing. Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Mr. James Anbua and that of Education, Science and Technology, Professor Dennis Ityavyar signed on behalf of the State Government while Mr. Belt and the HEPC representative in Nigeria, Dr. Uche Ibeh signed for the company. Speaking after the agreement, Mr. Anbua expressed delight that the operations of the company were in line with the vision of the Government to develop the state through investment in agriculture. He said the commitment of the Government in the MOU is to provide the land which has already been approved, saying that the people will benefit immensely when the project takes off. Also commenting, Professor Dennis Ityavyar assured the company that government would give it maximum cooperation including provision of security to enable it do business in the state without hitches. The Chief of Staff, Hon. Terwase Orbunde, Commissioner for Works, Transport and Energy, Emmanuel Manger, Principal Private Secretary to the Governor, Stephen Amase also witnessed the signing of the MOU.
Benue Govt., HEPC signs €400 million MOU for mechanize agriculture Speaking during the ceremony at the People’s House in Makurdi, Wim Belt, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of HEPC, said the project would provide 5,000 jobs and education to the local populace The post Benue Govt., HEPC signs €400 million MOU for mechanize agriculture appeared first on The Eagle Online – The Nigerian Online Newspaper.
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