Jul. 5, 2012 (China Knowledge) - China Yangtze Power Co<600900
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The company said in a statement that electricity output of the Three Gorges Dam was 34.80 TWhs in the first six months, up 9.03% YoY.
The Gezhouba Hydropower Station produced 7.39 TWhs of electricity during the period, 3.08% more than in the same period of last year.
In 2012, the company aims to produce 104 TWhs of electricity, of which 88 TWhs is from the Three Gorges Dam and 16 TWhs from the Gezhouba Hydropower Station, according to an earlier report from China Knowledge.