Huaneng Power completes trial run of various coal-fired, wind generating units

Source: Huaneng Power International, Inc.

Huaneng Power International, Inc. (HPI or the Company) (NYSE: HNP) is pleased to announce that one 600MW coal-fired generating unit (Unit 5) of the Phase III Project of Hunan Yueyang Power Plant (of which the Company owns 55% equity interest), the Phase I Project of Hebei Kangbao Wind-Power Plant (with a total generation capacity of 49.5MW) which is wholly-owned by the company and the first stage of the Phase II Project of Jiangsu Qidong Wind Power Plant (with a total generation capacity of 50MW and in which the Company owns 65% equity interest) have respectively completed the trial run recently. 

In addition, the Company has recently closed down two generation units (with a total generation capacity of 260 MW) at Zhejiang Changxing Power Plant which is wholly-owned by the company. 

The above projects increased the Company's total controlling generation capacity and equity-based generation capacity by 439.5MW and 152MW, respectively. Accordingly, the Company's total controlling generation capacity has increased from 50,033MW to 50,473MW while the total equity-based generation capacity has increased from 46,512MW to 46,664MW.



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