Bid for stake in nu­clear power firm Yangjiang

China Daily (USA) - - BUSINESS -

CLPHold­ings Ltd said it had placed a bid for a 17 per­cent stake in nu­clear power sta­tion op­er­a­tor Yangjiang Nu­clear Power Co Ltd, as theHong Kong power sup­plier ex­pands its in­vest­ments in nu­clear power gen­er­a­tion on the main­land. Ear­lier in Oc­to­ber, CGN Power Co Ltd said it in­tended to sell its 17 per­cent eq­uity in­ter­est in YangjiangNu­clear for 5 bil­lion yuan ($738 mil­lion). “An in­vest­ment in nu­clear power gen­er­a­tion would be in line with our in­ten­tion to pro­gres­sively re­duce the car­bon in­ten­sity of our gen­er­a­tion port­fo­lio,” CLP said in a fil­ing late on Mon­day.

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