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China is shoring up its position as the world leader in renewable power and potentially outpacing its own ambitious energy targets, a report has found.

China is set to double its capacity and produce 1,200 gigawatts of energy through wind and solar power by 2025, reaching its 2030 goal five years ahead of time, according to the report by Global Energy Monitor, a San Francisco-based NGO that tracks operating utility-scale wind and solar farms as well as future projects in the country.

In China, there are several large Energy EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) companies operating in the energy sector. Here are some of the largest ones:

1. China Energy Engineering Corporation (CEEC): CEEC is one of the leading Energy EPC companies in China, specializing in thermal power, renewable energy, and infrastructure construction. It offers engineering design, project construction, and equipment manufacturing services.

2. China Power Engineering Consulting Group Corporation (CPECC): CPECC is a state-owned EPC company focused on power engineering and consulting services. It provides comprehensive EPC solutions for thermal, hydro, nuclear, wind, and solar power projects.

3. PowerChina: formerly known as Sinohydro Corporation, is a globally recognized EPC company in the energy sector. It undertakes a wide range of projects, including hydropower, thermal power, solar power, wind power, and transmission and distribution projects.

4. China National Electric Engineering Co., Ltd. (CNEEC): CNEEC is a subsidiary of the State Grid Corporation of China. It specializes in EPC services for power generation, transmission, and distribution projects, along with renewable energy projects and infrastructure development.

5. China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC): CGGC is a state-owned enterprise primarily involved in hydroelectric power, thermal power, wind power, and solar power projects. It provides EPC services for large-scale infrastructure projects as well.

6. Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited: Shanghai Electric is a prominent EPC company engaged in power generation and transmission, clean energy, and infrastructure projects. It has expertise in coal-fired power, gas-fired power, and wind power projects.

7. China National Machinery Industry Corporation (Sinomach): Sinomach is a diversified EPC company involved in various sectors, including power generation, transmission, and distribution, as well as other industries like construction, automotive, and heavy machinery.

These companies have extensive experience and capabilities in executing large-scale energy projects, both domestically and internationally. They contribute significantly to China’s energy infrastructure development and play a vital role in the country’s energy transition towards clean and renewable sources.

The state-owned power company in China is called State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC). It is the largest utility company in the world and is responsible for the transmission and distribution of electricity in China. SGCC operates and manages the country’s power grid, which includes both the high-voltage transmission lines and the local distribution networks. It plays a crucial role in ensuring a stable and reliable supply of electricity across China. SGCC is also involved in international power interconnection projects and has investments in power projects in several countries.

China largest Power companies

In China, the largest power companies include both state-owned enterprises and private companies. Some of the major players in the Chinese power industry are:

1. State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC): As mentioned earlier, SGCC is the largest power company in China and the world. It is a state-owned enterprise responsible for the transmission and distribution of electricity.

2. China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC): CNNC is a state-owned enterprise focused on the development of nuclear power in China. It operates various nuclear power plants across the country and is involved in all aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle.

3. China Huaneng Group: Huaneng Group is one of the largest state-owned power generation companies in China, specializing in coal-fired power plants. It operates numerous power plants across the country and also has investments in renewable energy and overseas projects.

4. China Huadian Corporation (CHD): CHD is another major state-owned power generation company in China. It operates coal-fired, gas-fired, and hydroelectric power plants and has been actively investing in renewable energy projects in recent years.

5. China Datang Corporation: Datang Corporation is a state-owned power generation company primarily engaged in coal-fired power generation. It owns and operates numerous power plants across China.

6. China Guodian Corporation: Guodian Corporation is another state-owned power generation company in China. It operates coal-fired, hydroelectric, and wind power plants, and is also involved in the development of solar power projects.

7. China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG): CTG is a state-owned enterprise engaged in hydroelectric power generation. It operates the Three Gorges Dam, the largest hydropower project in the world, along with other hydroelectric plants in China.

8. China Southern Power Grid Corporation (CSG): CSG is one of the two major power grid companies in China, responsible for the electricity distribution in southern China. It operates and manages the power grid in Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Hainan provinces.

These companies play a significant role in China’s power industry, covering a wide range of power generation sources such as coal, nuclear, hydro, wind, and solar power – EcoGen can now assist the UK.