Datang Int'l Power Q1 power output up 22.96pct on yr

2017-04-21 10:01:00 Production & Sales sxcoal.com

Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd, a listed arm of China Datang Group generated 44.2 TWh of electricity in the first quarter this year, up 22.96% year on year, the company said in its quarterly report on April 19.


Of this, thermal power output increased 27.25% on year; hydropower output dropped 10.36% from the year-ago level; wind power and photovoltaic power jumped 17.66% and 35.34% from the year prior, respectively.


The company's on-grid electricity stood at 41.7 TWh, increasing 22.79% from the preceding year.


As of March 31, the average on-grid electricity price was 377.03 yuan/MWh, the company said.


(Writing by Zoey Yan   Editing by Jessie Jia)
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