• Myanmar

    Upstream Ayeyawady River Basin Hydropower Project

    Yunnan International Power Investment, a subsidiary of SPIC, is the majority owner and developer of the Upstream Ayeyawady River Basin Hydropower Project in Myanmar, a major cooperation project in the energy sector between China and Myanmar. It is planned to build seven cascade hydropower plants (HPPs) such as Myitsone and Chipwi HPPs and one supporting power source station (Chipwi Nge HPP), with a total installed capacity of 21.6 GW.

    Chipwi Nge Hydropower Plant

    Chipwi Nge Hydropower Plant

    The construction of the Chipwei Nge HPP, with an installed capacity of 99 MW, began in April 2008, and the commissioning was completed in September 2011. In April 2012, it halted the operation and suffered severe damage due to the security situation in northern Myanmar. Put back into service in September 2013, the overhauled Chipwi Nge HPP is providing a stable power supply to local communities under commercial operation.

  • Japan

    New Energy Projects in Japan

    31.8 MW Ibaraki Tsukuba PV Power Plant

    SPIC is the largest Chinese power investor in Japan, owning and operating five PV power plants totaling 88.5 MW Osaka Nanko (2.4 MW), Hyogo Sanda (4.8 MW), Ibaraki Tsukuba (31.8 MW), Nasu Buzan (48 MW) and Igadani (1.5 MW) PV Power Plants, with the 156.4 MW Fukushima Saigo PV Power Plant under construction and another 66 MW biomass power projects in the development pipeline.

  • Vietnam

    30 MW Vinh Hao PV Power Plant

    30 MW Vinh Hao PV Power Plant

    In June 2020, China Power International Holding , a subsidiary of SPIC, acquired the 30 MW Vinh Hao PV Power Plant.

    149 MW Tay Nguyen Wind Power Projects
    in Vietnam

    In January 2021, China Power International Holding, a subsidiary of SPIC, acquired the Tay Nguyen Wind Power Projects in Vietnam. The projects cover three brownfield wind farms located in the excellent wind resource area in Tay Nguyen of Vietnam, with a total installed capacity of 149 MW. Its construction commenced in December 2020.

    2x620 MW Vinh Tan 1 Coal-fired Power Plant

    China Power International Holding, a subsidiary of SPIC, owns 40% equity in the 2x620 MW High-efficiency Clean Coal-fired Power Plant. The project was put into commercial operation in November 2018.

    SPIC Shandong Electric Power Engineering Consulting Institute is the EPC contractor for the 300 MW Dak Nong Wind Power Section II EPC Project in Vietnam.
  • Malaysia

    SPIC Energy Technology and Engineering Co. is the EPC contractor for the Terengganu (5 MW) and Johor (25MW) PV Power Plants and the 10 MW Selangor Floating PV Project.

    10 MW Selangor Floating PV Power EPC Project

  • Indonesia

    Shenhua Guohua's 2x350 MW Nansu I Coal-fired Power Plant EPC Project

    Shenhua Guohua's 2x350 MW Nansu I Coal-fired Power Plant EPC Project

    16 MW Taliabu Heavy Fuel Oil Power Plant EPC Expansion Project

    16 MW Taliabu Heavy Fuel Oil Power Plant EPC Expansion Project

  • The Philippines

    State Nuclear Electric Power Planning Design and Research Institute, a subsidiary of SPIC, is the EPC contractor for the 230 kV Navotas Substation and 500 kV Pagbilao EHV Substation EPC Project.

    500 kV Pagbilao EHV Substation EPC Project