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In 2005, CPI succeeded prominently in strategic acquisition and joint development of coal mines. These steps set basic energy industrial pattern for CPI that takes electric power as the core business, coal mine development as the basis and steady diversification into related businesses. CPI Huolinhe Coal Power Company enjoyed good sales and production and Baihuayin Coal Power Company, jointly invested by CPI, North United Power Co. and CPI Huolinhe Coal Power Company, has had its railway, coalmine and reservoir projects kicked off one after another. CPI’s win-win development mechanism in coal mine and power has achieved good operational results in Huaihu, Pingyu and Libixia. At the same time, environmental protection businesses such as flue gas desulphurization and coal/power/aluminum-combined development have achieved great progress. In addition, CPI’s overseas business obtained steady growth and established China-Hong Kong Power Development Company Ltd. as the holding partner in Hong Kong.

China's Yellow River upstream is one of four major hydro power resource bases identified in the 11th National Five-Year Plan, and is also the key power resource point for the implementation of the strategy of developing the western region and the transmission of electricity from the western to the eastern regions. CPI is speeding up the development of the Yellow River upstream hydropower resources. In 2005, Gongboxia Unit 3 and Unit 4 under Huanghe Hydropower Development Co. Ltd. were put into commercial operation respectively, which is viewed as one of the backbone power resource bases located in the north corridor for “Transmission from Western to Eastern China”. Laxiwa hydropower station, the second cascade power station built at Yellow River Upstream between Longyangxia and Qingtongxia, is CPI’s largest project under construction, which will install 6×700MW Francis turbine units.

CPI is actively developing renewable energy. It participated in the third national concession bidding for wind power projects and won the bid to develop the Dafeng Project in Jiangsu and Anxi Project in Gansu. Capacity of the two projects amounted to 300MW and equipment localization rate reached 95%. CPI’s two 49.5MW wind projects in Inner Mongolia, Damaoqi project and Wulatezhongqi project, were ratified by the Regional Development and Reform Commission.

In 2005, CPI organized project application and construction in an orderly manner. CPI’s 17 power resource projects got approved in 2005 with a total installed capacity of 11959MW, including 5095MW hydro power, accounting for 42.6%. The ratified Zhahazhuoer coal project scaled 15 million tons. CPI won the mining rights for Baiyinhua No.2 open mine with a scale of 15 million tons.