2020-11-24 07:29:42

Company Profile

SPIC Yunnan International Power Investment Co., Ltd. (SPICYN) was registered in Kunming City, Yunnan Province on December 15, 2008. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC), it is mainly engaged in the investment, construction, operation and management of power projects and other energy projects in South Asia, Southeast Asia and Southwest China. It is also responsible for the development and construction of the Uptream Ayeyawady River Hydropower Project with an installed capacity of 21,600MW in Myanmar.

SPICYN has a registered capital of 3.14 billion RMB, 1,076 employees, a total installed power capacity of 3340 MW (including 1730 MW wind power and solar power, 440 MW clean power under entrusted management), and total assets of 31.8 billion RMB. Assets of SPICYN are mainly distributed in Myanmar, and over 10 cities, prefectures and counties in Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces, covering hydropower, wind and solar power. It is the largest new energy generation enterprise in Yunnan Province.

Under the guidance of the concept of building a community with a shared future for mankind and SPIC's "2035 First-class Strategy", SPICYN has been actively engaged in the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative, and contributed the Chinese solutions to help realize clean and quality development in Southeast Asia and South Asia. It actively integrates itself into the overall situation of local economic and social development, and contributes to the "green energy brand" of Yunnan Province, the "demonstration area of ethnic unity, the pioneer of ecological civilization development, and the connecting point for South Asia and Southeast Asia" strategy. Guided by the international and regional industrial plans, it adheres to the positioning of "clean energy investment demonstrator, international first class clean energy supplier, and energy solution provider along the "Belt and Road", to build the "professional, regional and international" zero carbon development model and establish a new pattern of coordinated development in and outside of China and Yunnan Province.

Power plant distribution map of SPICYN