Mar. 21, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Huaneng Power International Inc<600011
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The company said that the sharp decrease in net profit was due to rising coal costs.
The power producer's revenue jumped 28% year on year to RMB 133.4 billion in 2011.
The company's power plants in China generated 313.55 terawatt hours (TWhs) of electricity last year, 22.03% more than in the previous year. Electricity sales reached 295.72 TWhs in 2011, 22.30% more than that in 2010, China Knowledge reported earlier