Beijing Jingneng Clean Energy Co., Ltd. (“the Company”), established in August 2010 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on December 22, 2011, is a controlled company of Beijing Energy Investment Holding Co., Ltd. (BEIH). It conducts operation in a number of provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities including Beijing, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia and Sichuan, and its scope of business covers gas-fueled power generation and heating, wind power, photovoltaic (PV) power, small- and mid-sized hydropower, and other clean energy businesses. It is an internationally known clean energy enterprise, an industry-leading clean energy brand, the largest gas and power supplier in Beijing, and a leading wind power operator in China.
As of December 31, 2016, the Company has a total installed capacity of 7,791MW. With gas-fueled power for heating as its core business, it is now operating six combined heat and power (CHP) plants in Beijing, with an installed capacity of 4,436MW. It has an installed wind power capacity of 4,436MW, mainly in Inner Mongolia of China and New South Wales of Australia, both abundant in wind resources. The Guanting wind power station, a project for the Beijing Olympic Games, is the Company’s only wind power facility in Beijing. The installed PV power capacity is 643MW, mainly in Northwest and North China rich in light resources. In addition, the Company also operates small- and medium-sized hydropower stations with an installed capacity of 449MW, mainly distributed in the water-abundant Southwest China.
The Company adheres to the development strategy of “expanding gas-fueled power, strengthening wind power, exceling in PV power, integrating hydropower, and making breakthroughs in waste-to-power products”, and follows the work guidelines of strengthening management, improving layout, integrating industry and finance, and increasing efficiency through innovation. It stays committed to the underlying principle of focusing on economic efficiency and making progress while keeping performance stable, actively adapts to the new normal of economic development, and constantly improves its competitiveness and capacity for sustainable development.