Founded on September 29, 2002, China Yangtze Power Co., Ltd. ("CYPC" for short) is a limited liability company approved by the State Council and with China Three Gorges Corporation (“CTG”) as its principal sponsor. Its IPO on Shanghai Stock Exchange (stock code: 600900) in November 2003 issued 2.326 billion shares. Mainly engaged in hydropower generation, CYPC currently owns the total power generation assets of four hydropower plants, namely the Three Gorges, Gezhouba, Xiluodu and Xiangjiaba, with a designed annual generating capacity of 191.85 TWh. By the end of 2017, CYPC had managed 82 generating units with a total installed capacity of 45,495 MW, including 58 giant generating units with unit capacity being 700 MW or above. CYPC has become the largest listed power company in China and the largest listed hydropower company worldwide.
The installed capacity of hydropower ranks first around the globe which has reached 45,495 MW.
CYPC operates three of the world’s 12 largest hydropower plants.
Its power plants are all listed in China’s important projects with strategic importance and hold an irreplaceable position in flood-control, power generation, navigation and water replenishment, etc.
The highest total market capitalization of CYPC is nearly 380 billion RMB, ranking forefront among global power companies.
Fitch's credit rating for China is reported at A+.
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