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CTG in Brief

As part of the initiative to build the Three Gorges Project and develop the Yangtze River, with the approval of the State Council,China Three Gorges Project Corporation was founded on September 27, 1993. On September 27, 2009, the Corporation changed its name to “China Three Gorges Corporation” (CTG). After more than two decades of continuous and rapid growth, CTG hasbecome the largest clean energy business group in China and the largest hydropower developer in the world.

CTG is strategically positioned as a clean energy business group specialized in large-scaled hydropower development andoperation with its main lines of business including large-scaled hydropower plant construction and operation, development of newenergy such as wind and solar power, development of new energy abroad, electricity production and related technical servicesas well as integrated development and exploitation of water resources. CTG is now working hard to become a world-class cleanenergy business group. With the authorization of the Chinese government, CTG takes full responsibilities for the construction andoperation of the Three Gorges Project, building four mega-size hydropower stations, which are the Xiluodu, Xiangjiaba, Wudongdeand Baihetan projects on the lower reaches of the Jinsha River.

By the end of 2014, CTG had controlled installed capacity of 50.21 GW and equity-based installed capacity of 9.30 GW, holdingapproximately 15.4% of the total national hydropower installed capacity, with consolidated total assets of RMB 47.5 billion andasset-liability ratio 42%. In 2014, CTG realized electricity production of 201.2TWh, operating revenues of RMB 63.0 billion and totalprofi­ts of RMB 30.9 billion.

Management Team

  • Lu Chun
  • Wang Lin
  • Lin Chuxue
  • Bi Yaxiong
  • Fan Qixiang
  • Sha Xianhua
  • Zhang Cheng
  • Yang Ya
  • Long Fei