A-Share Listed Gas Power Generation, Thermal Power Generation and New Energy Power Generation Companies - Profiles and Financial Data
Gas power generation is the process of generating electricity from gas. It is more costly than coal gas, but emits less pollution. Thermal power generation is also referred to as cogeneration or combined heat and power. It is the process of generating electricity and useful heat by turbo generator at the same time. The process consumes less fuel compared with generating heat and power separately. New energy refers to all forms of energy that are alternative to traditional ones, including solar energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, marine energy, biomass energy and nuclear fusion energy. New energy power generation is the process of generating electricity from new energy.
In 2016, China generated 5.99 trillion kwh, increasing by 5.2% YOY. The utilization time of power generating facilities was 3,785 hours, down by 203 hours. Mainland China generated 3,905.8 billion kwh of power from coal, accounting for 65.21% of total power generation; hydropower generation was 1,150.1 billion kwh, accounting for 19.20%; wind power was 241 billion kwh, accounting for 4.02%; nuclear power was 213.2 billion kwh, accounting for 3.56%; gas power was 188.1 kwh, accounting for 3.14%; solar power was 66.2 kwh, accounting for 1.11%; pumped-storage hydropower was 30.6 billion kwh; other thermal power generation was 194.7 billion kwh, accounting for 3.25%. Newly installed capacity of photovoltaic power in 2016 was 34.54GW and the total installed capacity was 77.42GW, both ranking the first in the world.
In report, CRI analyzes 19 gas power generation, thermal power generation and new energy power generation enterprises listed in A-share market in China.
The report is composed of two parts: the first part is enterprise profiles and the second part is the operation status of these enterprises in the recent decade (presently 2006 to 2016, we will update it to the latest as time goes by).
The operation status is demonstrated from the following perspectives: (1) financial indexes, such as earnings per share, book value per share (BPS), sales per share, net cash flow per share, return on net worth and debt to asset ratio; (2) indexes on the income statement, such as revenue, operating profit, net profit and EBIT; (3) indexes on the income statement, such as revenue, operating profit, net profit and EBIT; (4) indexes on the balance sheet, such as liquid asset, fixed asset, current liability, non-current liability, capital reserve and shareholders' equity.
(1) Financial Indexes
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