Jul. 17, 2012 (China Knowledge) - Huadian Power International Co Ltd<600027
>, the largest power
producer in Shandong Province
of China, announced that it generated 78.35 terawatt hours (TWhs) of electricity in the first half of this year, 6.28%% more than a year earlier, sources reported.
In a statement filed with Shanghai Stock Exchange
, the company said that on-grid electricity sold by the power producer increased 6.21% year on year to 73.17 TWhs.
From January to June 2012, the company's thermal power output reached 75.1 TWhs, accounted for nearly 96% of the total electricity output.
Meanwhile, it generated 2.4 TWhs from hydroelectric power, 0.65 TWhs from wind power and 900 kilowatt hours (KWhs) from solar power.
In another statement, the power producer said that an installed capacity of 48 megawatt wind turbines funded by its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Huadian Laizhou wind power Co Ltd, and an installed capacity of 49.5 megawatt wind turbines funded by its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Hebei Huandian Kangbao wind power Co Ltd, recently put into operation.
As of today, Huadian Power's installed wind capacity hit 835.8 megawatt.