China Power Investment Corporation

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The China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) is a large state-owned Chinese power generation and coal mining company. CPI states on its website that its mission is "providing green energy; serving the general public". It owns 19 power stations with a generating capacity of greater than 1,000 megawatts.[1]

On its website it sates that it "owns assets in 28 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions as well as Hong Kong and Macau." Included amonsgt its subsidiaries are the Shanghai Electric Power Co., Ltd., Shanxi Zhangze Electric Power Co., Ltd., Chongqing Jiulong Electric Power Co., Ltd., Jilin Electric Power Co. Ltd. and China Power Huolinhe Coal Co., Ltd. "In coal sector, CPI Mengdong Energy Group Co., Ltd. is a large scale coal company."[1]

Coal-Fired Power Stations

Subsidiaries

Overseas projects

The CPI in conjunction with the Burmese government is constructing the Myitsone Dam, a large dam that when completed by 2017 is estimated to produce 3,600 to 6,000 megawatts of electricity for the Yunnan province.[6]

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Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 China Power Investment Corporation, "Corporate Profile", China Power Investment Corporation website, accessed April 2010.
  2. Russell Pittman* and Vanessa Yanhua Zhang**, "Electricity Restructuring in China: The Elusive Quest for Competition", U.S. Department of Justice, April 2008.
  3. Li Weitao (2009-03-07). "China Power Investment Corp plans to list all its assets", chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved on 15 February 2010. 
  4. CPI Overview
  5. CPI Business
  6. Libre, Ryan (02-01-2010). Proposed dam to flood Burma, while powering China. Minn Post. MinnPost.com. Retrieved on 2 February 2010.

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