A-Power signs $279M hydropower station contract with Baishan Long Run Water ConservancyBy AP
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
A-Power signs $279M hydropower station contract
SAN FRANCISCO — Chinese energy company A-Power Energy Generation Systems Ltd. said Wednesday that it received a six-year contract valued at $279 million from Baishan Long Run Water Conservancy.
A-Power said the terms of the contract, which will be executed in three 24-month phases, include designing and building several hydropower stations in the city of Baishan, which is in China’s Jilin province.
A-Power subsidiary Liaoning Hi-tech (Gao Ke) Energy Group will be planning and building the power stations and related facilities.
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