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Shareholders

State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC)

SPIC was established in July 2015 by merging the China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) and State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation (SNPTC). SPIC is one of the five major power generation groups, one of the three major nuclear power generation enterprise in China, and the largest solar power generation enterprise in the world. It ranked 316th among the Fortune Global 500 in 2020, with its business covering 46 countries and regions. SPIC has 130,000 employees and 62 subsidiary entities, including five A-share listed companies, one red-chip company, and two NEEQ listed ones.

By the end of 2020, SPIC's total installed power capacity reached 176 GW, of which clean energy took up 56.09%. The installed power capacity using wind, solar and other new energy sources totaled 60.49GW, topping the world.

China Power International Holding Limited (CPIH)

CPIH is a wholly-owned subsidiary and overseas business platform of SPIC. By the end of 2020, its total installed capacity amounted to 47.887 GW, with clean energy accounting for 52%. Its overseas assets are distributed around the world, including Brazil, Mexico, Vietnam, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Australia, Chile, and Germany.

China Power International Development Ltd. (CPID)

Listed in Hong Kong in 2004, CPID (stock code: 2380.HK) is a core asset of CPIH. By the end of 2020, CPID managed nearly 50GW installed power capacity, and had over 24GW attributable installed capacity, of which clean energy accounted for 39%.

Hunan Xiangtou International Investment Co., Ltd (XTI)

XTI is dedicated to energy and power business. It was jointly established by two enterprises – the Hunan Xiangtou Holding Group Co., Ltd. (XTGC) controlled by the Hunan State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission; and, the Meiya Power Holding Co., Ltd. (MPC), a subsidiary of the China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN).