Chinese Investor/Company Profiles


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China Huaneng Group

Yunnan Huaneng Lancang River Hydropower Company Ltd
. – also known as HydroLancang – is one of three companies that comprise the Yunnan Joint Power Development Company that has signed a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) with Burma’s Ministry of Electric Power No. 1 for the operation of the Shweli 1 Hydropower Project. HydroLancang is involved in five of the eight controversial mega-dams on the Mekong River in China. It is a subsidiary of the China Huaneng Group, a Central-Government-administered state-owned enterprise and one of the top five power generating companies in China. It is also invovled in Shweli 2 dam. The Huaneng Group formally released its annual social responsibility report in 2007 and in 2009 in which the company's affiliates pledge to maintain energy saving and environmental standards.
Involved in:
Shweli Dams
Contact:
中国华能集团公司的中文全称:中国华能集团公司
中文简称:华能集团公司
英文全称:China Huaneng Group
英文简称:CHINA HUANENG
英文缩写:CHNG
中国华能集团公司法定住所:北京市海淀区学院南路40号。
邮 编:100082
电 话:(010)62291888
传 真:(010)62291899
http://www.chng.com.cn/eng/index.html

Central China Power International Trade Company
This company is an investor in the China Datang Group, owner of the power station at the Dapein (Taping) Dam.
Involved in:
Dapein Dams



Changjiang Institute of Surveying, Planning, Design, and Research (CISPDR)
The Changjiang Design Institute conducts engineering surveys, planning, design, research, consultation, and supervision of “large and extra large” water conservancy and hydropower projects. It is the largest such institute in China. In addition to working on the famous Three Gorges Dam in China, CISPDR has projects in Belize, Ethiopia, Sudan, Columbia, Sri Lanka, Guinea, Fiji, Congo, and Afghanistan. A team from a subsidiary of CISPDR conducted geological drilling, reservoir inspection, and hydrological assessments during a five-month field visit to the Irrawaddy Myitsone dam site in 2007.
Involved in:
Irrawaddy Myitsone Dam

Shweli I Dam
Contact:
1155# Liberation Ave., Wuhan City, Hubei 430010 PRC
+86 27 82828605
www.go4construction.com/profile-3871.html

China Datang Corporation (CDT)
China Datang Corporation, one of the five large-scaled power generation enterprises, was established on the basis of the partial power generation assets of former State Power Corporation of China on Dec. 29, 2002. It is a solely state-owned corporation directly managed by the CPC Central Committee and is the experimental state-authorized investment and state share-holding enterprise ratified by the State Council. CDT owns Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd., the first company in China listed in London and Hong Kong. The company’s slogan is “Supplying Clean Power, Lighting Happy Life.”
Involved in:
Dapein Dams

Contact:
No.1 Guangningbo Str., Xicheng District, Beijing 100032 PRC
+86 10 66586666
www.china-cdt.com


China Gezhouba Group Co. (CGGC)
China Gezhouba Group Corporation (Gezhouba) is a large state-owned development company which builds and finances dams overseas. Gezhouba has worked in over 30 countries in Asia and Africa. (Profile from The New Great Walls by International Rivers.)
Involved in:
Tasang Dam
Yeywa Dam
Chibwe Dam

Lawpita Hydropower (Baluchaung 3)
Salween Dam
Irrawaddy Myitsone Dam


The China Hydropower Engineering Group Co. (CHECC)
The China Hydropower Engineering Group Co. (CHECC), administered by State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of State Council, is a large state-owned enterprise providing comprehensive technical services in development of hydropower and water resources projects in China including investigation, design, consultancy, construction supervision, construction, project management and EPC project contracting for hydropower and new energy projects, related technical business and intermediary services, and hydropower planning of river basins as well. CHECC was also involved in the controversial Three Gorges Project.

Mid-South Design and Research Institute (MSDI) is a fully-funded subsidiary company of CHECC involved in dam projects in Burma. Founded in 1949, the company engages in planning, investigation and design, consultation, supervision and monitoring of hydropower projects, including for impact assessments. It has worked on projects in Iran, Libya, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Ethiopia. According to the company’s website, MSDI has “positively performed its social responsibility all the time.” Another of the company’s subsidiaries, the Kunming Hydroelectric Investigation, Design and Research Institute (KHIDI), has also been involved in several dams in Burma.
Involved in:

Upper Thanlwin Dam (through MSDI)
Hatgyi Dam (through MSDI)
Shweli 1 Dam (through KHIDI)
Upper Thanlwin Dam(through KHIDI)
Lower Paunglaung Dam (through KHIDI)

Contact:
No. 2 Beixiaojie Liupukang Dewai Beijing 100011 China
Tel: +86-10-5197 3399
Fax: +86-10-8208 4665
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http://www.checc.cn
http://www.msdi.cn/en/
MSDI International Business Department Phone: 0731-5073019
http://www.khidi.com


China International Trust & Investment Co. (CITIC)
The CITIC Group, formerly the China International Trust and Investment Company, is a state-owned Chinese investment company, established in 1979. CITIC is currently investing in the Yeywa Dam on the Myitnge River. Previously, CITIC has completed two hydropower projects in Myanmar: the 30-mw Thanphanseik power plant in Kanbalu, Sagaing division, in June 2002 and the 75-mw Mone power plant in Sedoktara, Magway division in December 2004.
Involved in:
Yeywa Dam
Thaphanseik Dam
Mone Dam

Contact:
Capital Mansion, 6 Xinuan Nan Rd., Beijing, 10004 PRC
+86 10 64665534
www.citic.com


China National Electric Equipment Co.
A state-owned company involved in contracting and supply of mechanical and electric equipment for thermal powerม hydro-power, transmission and distribution and power supply projects both within and outside of China.
Involved in:
Yeywa Dam
Kengtawng Dam

Contact:
No. Jia 23, Fuxing Road, Gongzhufen, Beijing 100036 PRC
+86 10 68211861
www.cneec.com.cn


China National Heavy Machinery Corporation
Involved in:
Yeywa Dam

Contact:
No. Jia 23, Fuxing Road, Gongzhufen, Beijing 100036 PRC
+86 10 68211861
www.chmc2003.com


China Power Investment Corporation (CPI)
CPI is the Project Manager of the “Confluence Region Hydropower Projects” or the N’Mai/Mali dams.

CPI was established from part of the constituent businesses of the former State Power Corporation of China (SP). With a registered capital of US$1.57 billion, CPI has been approved by the State Council to become a pilot state-authorized investment entity and state-owned holding corporation. It is one of China’s biggest power producers.

In early 2007 CPI Southern Branch set up a Myanmar Hydro Division, “highlighting the significance of Myanmar hydropower projects.” The president of CPI visited the office of the Division in February 2007, “giving instructions in order to speed up progress of the Myanmar projects” that are “in compliance with the country’s strategy on industry development.”
Involved in:
Irrawaddy Myitsone and N’Mai/Mali Dams

Contact:
Building 3, No. 28, Financial Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 100032 PRC
+86 10 66216666
http://eng.cpicorp.com.cn


China Southern Power Grid Co.
CSG is a state company founded in December 2002, bringing together corporations from the five southern provinces of China. CSG is responsible for the investment, construction and management of southern China’s power grid and the relevant transmission and distribution of power. It is a state company and currently ranks 266 in the Fortune 500 Global List. CSG is also the executor of the Greater Mekong Sub-region power cooperation appointed by the State Council, and has been actively pushing the process of Greater Mekong Sub-region power cooperation.
Involved in:
Irrawaddy Myitsone and N’Mai/Mali Dams
Salween Dams
Shweli 1 Dam
(through CSG subsidiary, Yunnan Power Grid Co.)
Contact:
6 Huasui Road, Zhujiang Xincheng, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province 510623 PRC
+86 20 38121080
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China Three Gorges Project Corporation (CTGPC)
CTCPC was created in 1993 to construct the Three Gorges Project and develop the resources of the Yangtze River. The controversial Three Gorges Project has a capacity of 21, 000 MW and has been heavily criticized domestically and internationally for severe environmental and social problems that have resulted from the project. In April 2008, CTGPC signed a cooperation agreement along with Sinohydro and China Southern Power Grid Co. for the development of the Salween River Basin. No further details of the agreement have been released.
Involved in:
Salween Dams

Contact:
No.1 Jianshe Road, Yichang, Hubei 443002 PRC
+86 717 6276666
www.ctgpc.com


China Water Resources and Hydropower Construction Corporation
A subsidiary of Sinohydro, China Water Resources and Hydropower Construction Corporation is carrying out the construction, including installation of metal structures and electrical and mechanical equipment at the Dapein (Taping) dams in Kachin State.
Involved in:
Dapein Dams


Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank)
China Export-Import Bank (China Exim Bank) has become a major funder of the world’s large dams. It is building dams in Nepal, Uzbekistan, Burma, Malaysia, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Albania, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Mozambique, Nigeria, Congo, Sudan, and Togo.

China Exim Bank adopted an environmental policy in November 2004, and released it to the public in April 2007. In August 2008, China Exim Bank released a more comprehensive “Guidance for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of China Export and Import Bank’s Loan Projects.” The guidance requires offshore project developers complete social and environmental impact assessments before China Exim Bank will approve a loan (profile from The New Great Walls by International Rivers.)
Involved in:
Yeywa Dam
Lower Paunglaung Dam
Thaphanseik Dam

Contact:
No.77, Bei He Yan Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100090 PRC
+86 10 64090988
http://english.eximbank.gov.cn/

Gold Water Resources Company
Involved in:
Upper Thanlwin Dam


Hanergy Holding Group Company
(formerly Farsighted Investment Group Company)
According to its website, Hanergy Holdings Group Company Ltd. (“Hanergy Holdings Group” in short), the former “Farsighted Investment Group Company”, was incorporated in 1997 and is “the largest and the most specialized private clean energy business in China, with hydro power, wind power, high-tech energy development and production, energy efficiency and emission reduction services being its core businesses.” The Group now has under it a dozen wholly-owned or share-holding subsidiaries and has set up overseas subsidiaries in the Netherlands and the United States, including Unipower Inc. based in Texas.

Hanergy is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and its Environmental Protection Committee “organizes the checking and examination of the projects to be invested in, and makes the corresponding ‘Administrative Regulations of Hanergy Group on Environmental Protection of Constructed Projects’ in accordance with the laws and regulations of the state for environmental protection.”
Involved in:
Upper Thanlwin Dam

Contact:
North Floor11, Office Building of Capital Times Square, No. 88, Xichang’an Jie, Xi Cheng District, Beijing 100031 PRC
+86 10 83914567
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www.hanergy.com


Hunan Savoo Overseas Water & Electric Engineering Co.
No information available at this time.
Involved in:
Yeywa Dam

 


HYDROCHINA, formerly known as the government agency Administration of Water Resources and Hydropower Planning and Design (AWRHPD), has a 50-year history of engineering and construction of the water resources and hydropower. Established in December 2002 with the approval of China’s State Council, HYDROCHINA is now supervised under the State-owned Assets Supervision. HYDROCHINA and its wholly-owned subsidiary HYOROCHINA ZHONGNAN provide technical services such as planning, design, consultancy, construction, appraisal, evaluation, and project management for hydropower projects. HYOROCHINA ZHONGNAN has operated in 11 foreign countries.

Contact:
HYDROCHINA
Address:No.2 Beixiaojie Liupukang Dewai Beijing China,100120
Tel:+86-10-5197 3399   Fax:+86-10-8208 4665 
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Website: www.hydrochina.com.cn



HydroChina Zhong Nan
Southeast Asia based on Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar
Contact: Lingzhi Zhu
Tel/Fax: 0086-0731-5072244/0086-0731-5580191
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Website: http://en.msdi.cn/
Involved in:
Irrawaddy/N’Mai/Mali Dams
Shweli Dams
Hatgyi Dam
Kunlong Dam
Paunglaung Dams

Jiangxi Water Resources Planning and Design Institute
This company is an investor in the China Datang Group, owner of the power station at the Dapein (Taping) Dam.
Involved in:
Dapein Dams


Ruili (Shweli) River I Power Station Co., Ltd.
A joint venture company formed between the Yunnan Joint Power Development Company and the Ministry of Electric Power and the official project owner responsible for running the Shweli 1 power station for the duration of a 40 year contract, after which operations will be transferred to Burma.
Involved in:
Shweli 1 Dam


Sinohydro
Sinohydro, also known as the China National Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Corporation, is the largest and most powerful hydraulics and hydroelectricity construction enterprise in China. The company has undertaken projects in over fifty countries in the world. Sinohydro has construction projects in several countries including Albania, Congo, Belize and Malaysia. Sinohydro is a member of the International Hydropower Association.
Involved in:
Shweli 1 Dam
Salween Dams
Yeywa Dam
Lower Paunglaung Dam
Dapein Dams
Thaphanseik Dam
Kun Dam
Mone Dam

Contact:
No 22. Che Gongzhuang West Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100044 PRC
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www.sinohydro.com


Yunnan Joint Power Development Company (YUPD)
In December 2006 YUPD signed China’s first Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) with Burma’s Ministry of Electric Power No. 1 under the joint venture company Ruili (Shweli) River I Power Station Co. Ltd. (see above). YUPD owns 80% of the joint venture and it will be fully in charge of the project construction, operation and management. The project is the company’s first hydropower project outside mainland China. YUPD is made up of three companies: Yunnan Huaneng Lancang River Hydropower Co., Yunnan Power Grid Co., and YMEC
Involved in:
Shweli I Dams


Yunnan Machinery Equipment Import & Export Co. (YMEC)
YMEC is one of the top 100 machinery and electrical products export enterprises of China, and has been active in Burma for more than 15 years. The company’s total accumulated trade volume has exceeded 700 million US dollars. YMEC has built 24 hydropower stations in Myanmar, Vietnam, and the USA.
Involved in:
Shweli Dam
Irrawaddy Myitsone and Mali/N’Mai Dams
Paunglaung Dams

Contact:
Overseas Project Division
+ 86 871 3181567
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www.ymec.com.cn


Yunnan Power Grid Co.
The Yunnan Power Grid Company, a joint member of the YUPD, is one of the five provincial companies that make up China Southern Power Grid Company (CSG).
Involved in:
Shweli 1 Dam
Upper Thanlwin Dam

Contact:
49 Tuodonglu, Kunming, Yunnan 650011 PRC
+86 871 3012222
www.yn.csg.cn



Zhejiang Fuchunjiang Hydropower Equipment
Chinese firm Zhejiang Fuchunjiang Hydropower Equipment is said to have a strategic joint venture with Russian manufacturer Power Machines to deliver eight units to the Hatgyi power station.
Involved in:
Hatgyi Dam

Contact:
Zhefu Factory, Hongqifan Industrial Zone, Fuchunjiang Town, Tonglu County, Zhejiang Province 311504 PRC
+86 571 69969388

Zhejiang Orient Holdings Group Ltd (ZOHG)
Comprised of 16 companies, the Group is one of China’s leading export companies and has been publicly listed since 1997.
Involved in:
Kengtawng Dam

http://www.zjorient.com


Union Resources and Engineering Company (UREC)
Incorporated in 2009 by joining the former Yunnan Machinery and Export Company together with the Yunnan Machinery Import Export Company, UREC  has been involved in 22 hydropower projects in Burma. UREC has a 40-year Build Operate Transfer agreement for the development of the Shweli River Basin. UREC was involved in the Lower Paunglaung Dam and since 2006 has had a contract to build the Upper Paunglaung Dam.For more information on UREC, click here

Involved in:
Shweli Dams
Paunglaung Dams

Tasang Dam

 

 

 

 

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