Power Generation within China Increases by 4.60% in the First Three Quarters of 2013

PR Newswire

BEIJING, Oct. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Huaneng Power International, Inc. ("HPI" or the "Company") (NYSE: HNP; HKEx: 902; SSE: 600011) today announced its power generation for the first three quarters of 2013.

According to the Company's preliminary statistics, as of September 30, 2013, the Company's total power generation by the power plants within China on consolidated basis amounted to 233.953 billion kWh, representing an increase of 4.60% over the same period last year. Total electricity sold by the Company amounted to 220.976 billion kWh, representing an increase of 4.77% over the same period last year. The increase in power generation of the Company was mainly attributable to the fact that during the peak period in this summer, the temperature maintained at a high level in the most of the regions in the country. The power demand has consistently increased and the growth of the nationwide power consumption has recovered.

The power generation and electricity sold by each of the Company's domestic power plants for the first three quarters of 2013 are listed below (in billion kWh):

Domestic

Power Plant

Power

generation

for the first

three

quarters of 2013

Power

generation

for the first

three

quarters

of 2012

Change

Electricity

sold for the

first three

quarters

of 2013

Electricity

sold for the

first three

quarters

of 2012

Change

Liaoning Province

Dalian

4.484

4.350

3.08%

4.258

4.136

2.95%

Dandong

2.196

2.362

–7.03%

2.089

2.247

–7.03%

Yingkou

5.587

5.808

–3.81%

5.242

5.433

–3.52%

Yingkou

Co-generation

2.485

2.438

1.93%

2.326

2.284

1.84%

Wafangdian

Wind Power

0.082

0.071

15.49%

0.080

0.070

14.29%

Suzi River Hydropower

0.022

0.009

144.44%

0.022

0.008

175.00%

Changtu Wind Power

0.068

0.067

Inner Mongolia

Huade Wind Power

0.164

0.151

8.61%

0.163

0.150

8.67%

Hebei Province

Shang'an

10.416

10.985

–5.18%

9.783

10.248

–4.54%

Kangbao Wind Power

0.055

0.042

30.95%

0.052

0.042

23.81%

Gansu Province

Pingliang

6.711

6.512

3.06%

6.373

6.148

3.66%

Jiuquan Wind Power

0.666

0.580

14.83%

0.658

0.575

14.43%

Beijing

Beijing

Co-generation

(Coal-fired)

 

3.583

 

3.342

 

7.21%

 

3.169

 

2.946

 

7.57%

Beijing

Co-generation

(Combined Cycle)

 

2.860

 

2.622

 

9.08%

 

2.792

 

2.558

 

9.15%

Tianjin

Yangliuqing

Co-generation

 

5.147

 

4.989

 

3.17%

 

4.805

 

4.643

 

3.49%

Shanxi Province

Yushe

2.147

2.646

–18.86%

1.986

2.445

–18.77%

Zuoquan

4.982

4.543

9.66%

4.678

4.226

10.70%

Shandong Province

Dezhou

11.488

11.430

0.51%

10.775

10.726

0.46%

Jining

3.693

3.790

–2.56%

3.426

3.517

–2.59%

Xindian

2.401

2.649

–9.36%

2.239

2.480

–9.72%

Weihai

8.187

8.488

–3.55%

7.799

8.081

–3.49%

Rizhao Phase II

5.638

5.855

–3.71%

5.341

5.534

–3.49%

Zhanhua

Co-generation

1.248

1.361

–8.30%

1.149

1.243

–7.56%

Henan Province

Qinbei

15.954

13.163

21.20%

15.049

12.402

21.34%

Jiangsu Province

Nantong

6.231

6.578

–5.28%

5.932

6.273

–5.44%

Nanjing

2.738

2.792

–1.93%

2.592

2.636

–1.67%

Taicang

8.590

9.117

–5.78%

8.171

8.673

–5.79%

Huaiyin

5.443

5.426

0.31%

5.109

5.103

0.12%

Jinling

(Combined-cycle)

2.017

3.314

–39.14%

1.972

3.240

–39.14%

Jinling (Coal-fired)

9.697

8.047

20.50%

9.243

7.659

20.68%

Jinling Combined-cycle

Co-generation

0.712

0.699

Qidong Wind Power

0.267

0.256

4.30%

0.261

0.250

4.40%

Shanghai

Shidongkou First

6.069

5.973

1.61%

5.712

5.638

1.31%

Shidongkou Second

5.044

5.016

0.56%

4.837

4.812

0.52%

Shanghai

Combined-cycle

1.572

1.199

31.11%

1.535

1.169

31.31%

Shidongkou Power

5.994

5.638

6.31%

5.713

5.356

6.67%

Chongqing

Luohuang

10.292

8.449

21.81%

9.506

7.795

21.95%

Zhejiang Province

Yuhuan

19.155

17.465

9.68%

18.231

16.599

9.83%

Hubei Province

Enshi Maweigou

Hydropower

0.038

0.039

–2.56%

0.036

0.038

–5.26%

Hunan Province

Yueyang

6.959

5.662

22.91%

6.526

5.285

23.48%

Xiangqi Hydropower

0.239

0.126

89.68%

0.235

0.125

88.00%

Jiangxi Province

Jinggangshan

7.022

6.382

10.03%

6.702

6.074

10.34%

Fujian Province

Fuzhou

9.841

9.711

1.34%

9.347

9.206

1.53%

Guangdong Province

Shantou Coal-fired

4.100

4.693

–12.64%

3.878

4.442

–12.70%

Haimen

12.796

9.523

34.37%

12.235

9.089

34.61%

Yunnan Province

Diandong Energy

5.595

6.251

–10.49%

5.166

5.769

–10.45%

Yuwang Energy

3.278

3.819

–14.17%

3.017

3.543

–14.85%

Total

233.953

223.662

4.60%

220.976

210.916

4.77%

The accumulated power generation of Tuas Power Limited in Singapore accounted for a market share of 20.6% in Singapore for the first three quarters of 2013, representing a decrease of 5.6 percentage points compared to the same period last year.

About the Company
The Company is one of China's largest listed power producers with controlled generation capacity of 66,341 MW and equity-based generation capacity of 59,155 MW. The power plants of the Company are located in 19 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in China. The Company also has a wholly-owned power company in Singapore.

For enquiries, please contact:

Huaneng Power International, Inc.                  
Ms. MENG Jing / Ms. ZHAO Lin                               
Tel: +8610-6608 6765 / +8610-6322-6596             
Fax: +8610-6641-2321                       
Email: zqb@hpi.com.cn

Wonderful Sky Financial Group Limited
Mr. Kevin Mao / Ms. Amy Xiao / Ms. Irene Gao
Tel: +852-2851-1038
Fax: +852-2865-1638
Email:  kevinmao@wsfg.hk  / amyxiao@wsfg.hk  / irenegao@wsfg.hk   

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