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Huaneng Power International, Inc.: Power Generation Within China Increases by 1.51% for the First Half Year of 2014

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SOURCE Huaneng Power International, Inc.

BEIJING, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Huaneng Power International, Inc. (the "Company") (NYSE: HNP; HKEx: 902; SSE: 600011) announced its power generation for the first half of 2014 today.

According to the Company's preliminary statistics, as of June 30, 2014, the Company's total power generation by its power plants within China on consolidated basis amounted to 151.739 billion kWh, representing an increase of 1.51% over the same period last year. Total electricity sold by the Company's power plants within China amounted to 143.554 billion kWh, representing an increase of 1.62% over the same period last year.

The low growth of the Company's power generation was mainly attributable to the following reasons:

  1. The nation-wide electricity consumption in China is experiencing low or medium growth due to the slowdown of the Chinese economy.
  2. The commencement of operations of multiple West-to-East UHV transmission lines has squeezed the generation potential of thermal power generators in the coastal region in the east of China, which thermal power generators account for a relatively high proportion in the Company's total power generation capacities, thus having material impact on the Company's power generations.
  3. The commencement of operations of many hydropower generating units in Yunnan which power generations are also transmittable to Guangdong load center, as well as the commencement of operations of large nuclear power generators in Liaoning and Fujian, has had negative effect upon the power generations by thermal power units in Yunnan, Guangdong, Liaoning, and Fujian.
  4. Against this unfavorable background, the Company has enhanced marketing efforts, seized market opportunities, strengthened the monitoring of power usage during the holidays and critical periods, and made efforts to improve the power generation growth.

The power generation and electricity sold by each of the Company's domestic power plants for the first half year of 2014 are listed below (in billion kWh):

Domestic Power Plant

Power generation for the first half year of 2014

Power generation for the first half year of 2013

Change 

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2014

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2013

Change 









Liaoning Province

Dalian

3.076

3.009

2.23%

2.908

2.863

1.57%

Dandong

1.574

1.568

0.38%

1.499

1.495

0.27%

Yingkou

3.745

3.803

-1.53%

3.501

3.567

-1.85%

Yingkou Co-generation

1.542

1.587

-2.84%

1.445

1.486

-2.76%

Wafangdian Wind

0.048

0.063

-23.81%

0.047

0.061

-22.95%

Suzihe Hydropower

0.015

0.008

87.50%

0.015

0.008

87.50%

Changtu Wind Power

0.043

0.048

-10.42%

0.043

0.048

-10.42%

Inner Mongolia

Huade Wind Power

0.114

0.116

-1.72%

0.113

0.115

-1.74%

Hebei Province

Shang'an

6.578

6.726

-2.20%

6.182

6.324

-2.25%

Kangbao Wind Power

0.042

0.039

7.69%

0.039

0.036

8.33%

Gansu Province

Pingliang

5.086

5.031

1.09%

4.844

4.812

0.67%

Jiuquan Wind Power

0.455

0.417

9.11%

0.451

0.413

9.20%

Beijing

Beijing Co-generation (Coal-fired)

2.460

2.412

1.99%

2.174

2.131

2.02%


Beijing Co-generation (Combined Cycle)

2.234

2.253

-0.84%

2.184

2.198

-0.64%


Tianjin

Yangliuqing

3.305

3.591

-7.96%

3.068

3.353

-8.50%

Domestic Power Plant

Power generation for the first half year of 2014

Power generation for the first half year of 2013

Change

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2014

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2013

Change

Shanxi Province

Yushe

1.350

1.434

-5.86%

1.248

1.326

-5.88%

Zuoquan

3.222

3.306

-2.54%

3.030

3.104

-2.38%

Shandong Province

Dezhou

7.441

7.182

3.61%

6.982

6.743

3.54%

Jining

2.400

2.446

-1.88%

2.229

2.272

-1.89%

Xindian

1.582

1.578

0.25%

1.480

1.473

0.48%

Weihai

5.516

4.997

10.39%

5.255

4.756

10.49%

Rizhao Phase II

4.036

3.298

22.38%

3.839

3.131

22.61%

Zhanhua Co-generation

0.878

0.783

12.13%

0.807

0.722

11.77%

Henan Province

Qinbei

10.399

9.806

6.05%

9.900

9.265

6.85%

Jiangsu Province

Nantong

3.568

4.036

-11.60%

3.399

3.850

-11.71%

Nanjing

1.565

1.698

-7.83%

1.483

1.609

-7.83%

Taicang

5.509

5.340

3.16%

5.247

5.086

3.17%

Huaiyin

3.173

3.457

-8.22%

2.983

3.251

-8.24%

Jinling (Combined Cycle)

1.151

1.053

9.31%

1.125

1.030

9.22%

Jinling (Coal-fired)

6.614

6.242

5.96%

6.328

5.956

6.25%

Jinling Combined Cycle Co-generation

0.708

-

-

0.698

-

-

Qidong Wind Power

0.194

0.179

8.38%

0.191

0.175

9.14%

Rudong Wind Power

0.061

-

-

0.059

-

-

Shanghai

Shidongkou First

3.651

3.873

-5.73%

3.426

3.655

-6.27%

Shidongkou Second

3.089

3.317

-6.87%

2.967

3.190

-6.99%

Shanghai Combined Cycle

1.209

0.793

52.46%

1.182

0.775

52.52%

Shidongkou Power

3.834

4.053

-5.40%

3.660

3.873

-5.50%

Domestic Power Plant

Power generation for the first half year of 2014

Power generation for the first half year of 2013

Change

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2014

Electricity sold for the first half year of 2013

Change

Chongqing

Luohuang

6.332

6.735

-5.98%

5.856

6.223

-5.90%

Zhejiang Province

Yuhuan

11.973

12.082

-0.90%

11.447

11.509

-0.54%

Hubei Province

Enshi Maweigou Hydropower

0.022

0.024

-8.33%

0.021

0.023

-8.70%


Hunan Province

Yueyang

4.103

3.745

9.56%

3.840

3.502

9.65%

Xiangqi Hydropower

0.185

0.174

6.32%

0.182

0.171

6.43%

Jiangxi Province

Jinggangshan

4.195

4.023

4.28%

4.005

3.844

4.19%

Fujian Province

Fuzhou

6.724

5.739

17.16%

6.398

5.457

17.24%

Guangdong Province

Shantou Coal-fired

2.312

2.526

-8.47%

2.186

2.393

-8.65%

Haimen

8.126

7.740

4.99%

7.790

7.401

5.26%

Yunnan Province

Diandong Energy

4.229

4.711

-10.23%

3.898

4.355

-10.49%

Yuwang Energy

2.071

2.442

-15.19%

1.900

2.238

-15.10%

Total

151.739

149.483

1.51%

143.554

141.268

1.62%

The accumulated power generation of Tuas Power Limited in Singapore, which is wholly owned by the Company, accounted for a market share of 21.6% in Singapore in the first half year of 2014, representing an increase of 0.7 percentage point 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 66,795 MW and equity-based generation capacity of 59,993 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 / 6322 6596
Fax: (8610) 6641 2321
Email: zqb@hpi.com.cn

Wonderful Sky Financial Group Limited
Ms. Abbey Zhao /Ms. Erica Tao /Ms. Irene Gao
Tel: (852) 2851 1038
Fax: (852) 2865 1638
Email: abbeyzhao@wsfg.hk / ericatao@wsfg.hk / irenegao@wsfg.hk

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