China Thermal Power Generation Unit (Below 350MW ) Market Report
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According to Several Opinions Regarding Acceleration of Shutting Down Small Thermal Power Generating Units, China will shut down gradually coal-fired (fuel-powered) generating units in the areas covered by big power grid during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan period (2006-2010), which meet any of the following conditions; the conventional thermal power units with a capacity of 50MW per generator, the conventional thermal power units with a capacity of below 100MW per generator that has been in service for 20 years, various generating units whose designed life expire and all kinds of generating units with a capacity of below 200MW per generator.

Since 2003, China has adopted the development strategy to develop high parameter and large capacity generating units and to shut down small thermal power generators. Since then, China mainly adopted generating units with a capacity of above 300MW per generator, which are of high parameters, high efficiency and good performance in peak shaving, and built mine pit power plants to transmit electricity to areas with power shortage, aiming at broadening the scope of optimizing allocation of resources.

Structural Changes of Thermal Power Generating Units, 2002-2006


In future, the introduction of generating units with a capacity of 300MW (especially above 600MW) per generator will be encouraged by government policies, while generating units with a capacity of below 300MW per generator will be restricted or banned, due to the differences of installed capacity.

This report is based on the authoritative statistics from the National Development and Reform Commission, State Electricity Regulatory Commission and the National Bureau of Statistics and the detailed statistics from the local development and reform commissions and local electricity regulators.

1. Policies Concerning Thermal Power Generation
1.1 The Eleventh Five-Year Plan for the Energy Development
1.2 The Eleventh Five-Year Development Plan of Five Power Giants
1.2.1 China Huaneng Group
1.2.2 Datang Group
1.2.3 China Power Investment Corporation
1.2.4 China Hudian Corporation
1.2.5 China Guodian Corporation
1.3. Several Opinions Regarding Acceleration of Shutting Down Small Thermal Power Generating Units
1.4 Directory Catalogue on Readjustment of Industrial Structure (Version 2007)

2. Thermal Power Generating Units
2.1 Installed Capacity of Thermal Power Generating Units
2.2 Structure of Thermal Power Generating Units
2.3 Segmented Market of Thermal Power Generating Units
2.3.1 Generating Units with a Capacity of Below 100MW
2.3.2 Generating Units with a Capacity of 100MW to 200MKW
2.3.3 Generating Units with a Capacity of 200MW to 300MW
2.3.4 Generating Units with a Capacity of Above 300MW

3. Small Thermal Power Generating Units Closed Down in 2007
3.1 Numbers of Small Generating Units Shut Down
3.1.1. General Situation
3.1.2. Thermal Power Generating Units with a Capacity of Below 50MW
3.1.3. Thermal Power Generating Units with a Capacity of 50MW to 100MW
3.1.4. Thermal Power Generating Units with a Capacity of 100MW to 200MW
3.1.5. Thermal Power Generating Units with a Capacity of 200MW to 300MW
3.2. Installed Capacity of Small Thermal Power Generating Units Shut Down
3.3. Comparison of a Capacity Per Generator 

4. Attitudes of Provincial Governments and Power Plants
4.1. Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
4.2. Guizhou Province 
4.3 Qinghai Province
4.4. Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
4.5. Shaanxi Province
4.6 Guangdong Province
4.7 Tibet Autonomous Region 
4.8 Sichuan Province
4.9 Jiangxi Province
4.10 Shanxi Province
4.11 Heilongjiang Province
4.12 Jilin Province
4.13 Gansu Province
4.14 Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region
4.15 Hebei Province
4.16 Hainan Province
4.17 Jiangsu Province
4.18 Shandong Province
4.19 Zhejiang Province
4.20 Beijing Municipality
4.21 Liaoning Province
4.22 Yunnan Province
4.23 Chongqing Municipality
4.24 Tianjin Municipality
4.25 Anhui Province
4.26 Henan Province
4.27 Shanghai Municipality
4.28 Hunan Province
4.29 Hubei Province
4.30 Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region 
4.31 Fujian Province

5. Development Trend of Generator Sets below 350KW in China
5.1 Future Policy Orientation
5.2 Changing Trend of Generator Structure
5.3 Changing Trend of Generating Units in Different Regions

Changing Installed Capacity of Thermal Power Generator Sets in China 2002-2006
Changing Structure of Thermal Power Generator Sets 2002-2006
Installed Capacity of Generator Sets below 100KW and the Changing Growth Rate
Installed Capacity of Generator Sets between 100KW to 200KW and the Changing Growth Rate
The Number of Generator Sets between 100KW to 200KW and the Changing Unit Capacity
Installed Capacity of Generator Sets between 200KW to 300KW and the Changing Growth Rate
The Number of Generator Sets between 200KW to 300KW and the Changing Unit Capacity
Installed Capacity of Generator Sets above 300KW and the Changing Growth Rate
The Number of Generator Sets above 300KW and the Changing Unit Capacity
The Number of Small Thermal Power Generator Sets that Closed Down, by Different Capacity
Jan-Oct 2007
The Number of Small Thermal Power Generator Sets that Closed Down, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
The Number of Closed Down Generator Sets, 50KW below, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
The Number of Closed Down Generator Sets, 50KW-100KW, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
The Number of Closed Down Generator Sets, 100KW-200KW, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
Installed Capacity of Closed Down Generator Sets, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
Unit Capacity of Closed Down Generator Sets, by Different Region, Jan-Oct 2007
Major Thermal Power Projects in Xinjiang that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Guizhou that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Qinghai that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Inner Mongolia that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Shaanxi that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Guangdong that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Sichuan that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Jiangxi that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Shanxi that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Heilong that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Jilin that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Gansu that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Ningxia that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Hebei that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Jiangsu that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Shandong that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Zhejiang that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Chongqing that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Tianjin that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Guangxi that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Hubei that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Shanghai that Approved by the Nation
Major Thermal Power Projects in Fujian that Approved by the Nation

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