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Waigaoqiao power station

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Waigaoqiao power station is a 3,600 megawatt power station in Shanghai Pudong, Shanghai, China. It is owned by China Power Investment, a local power company. [1]

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  1. Russell Pittman* and Vanessa Yanhua Zhang**, "Electricity Restructuring in China: The Elusive Quest for Competition", U.S. Department of Justice, April 2008.

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