SPIC Global

By 2020, State Power Investment Corporation (í░SPICí▒) is expected to have its installed capacity reach to 8,000 MW overseas, accounting for around 5% of SPICí»s total installed capacity, to achieve substantive breakthroughs in developing overseas nuclear power markets, to be capable of conducting early-stage development, construction, operation and management of 2 to 4 nuclear power units overseas, and to have general contracting of overseas conventional power plants and power plant life cycle management reach to above 20,000MW.

 

By 2025, SPIC is expected to have its installed capacity reach to 16,000 MW overseas, accounting for around 8% of SPICí»s total installed capacity, to commence construction of the first run of CAP1400 nuclear power projects overseas, to be capable of conducting early-stage development, construction, operation and management of about four sets of nuclear power units overseas, and to have general contracting of overseas conventional power plants and power plant life cycle management reach to above 30,000MW.

 

By 2030, SPIC is expected to have its installed capacity reach to 40,000 MW overseas, accounting for around 13% of SPICí»s total installed capacity, to have begun to take shape in overseas nuclear power development, to have a number of projects which are under operation and construction as well as reserve projects at early stage, to be capable of conducting early-stage development, construction, operation and management of about four to six sets of nuclear power units overseas, and to have general contracting of overseas conventional power plants and power plant life cycle management reach to above 40,000MW.