CPI wins first external O&M contract

China Power Investment (CPI) Power Plant Operation and Management Company (CPI Operation) has signed its first external operation and maintenance (O&M) contract, for plant services with Lanzhou Aluminum’s Hewan Power Company.

According to the contract, CPI Operation will be responsible for preparation and O&M during commercial operation of the 3x300MW power plant. Qinghe Maintenance and Modification Company, a subsidiary of CPI, will work as a subcontractor to provide required maintenance and repair services.

The Hewan/Lanzhou Aluminium power project started construction in March 2006 and all three units are expected to be in operation by October 31, 2008.

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Writer, journalist and sustainability consultant with a passion for clean technology and public health. 25 years covering power and energy markets: former editor of Power Plant Technology, International Power Generation, Asian Electricity, Aircraft Economics, Energy Risk, Asia Risk, Benchmark; writer for South China Morning Post, Cathay Dragon's Silkroad, APlus, Veolia's "Planet", Hong Kong Tatler; founder of Blue Skies China. MSocSc in Corporate Environmental Governance, University of Hong Kong; BA & MA degree in Natural Sciences (major in Materials Science & Metallurgy), Cambridge University.
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