CTGI has established overseasin stitutions and project departments in over 10 countries and regions along the Belt and Road Route with its business scope covers hydro, wind, solar and other renewable energies. Aside from investing in many large projects in hydro, wind and solar which play an essential role in the bilateral economic and trade relations, CTGI also possesses many clean energy projects in Europe and South America mainly through M&A.
Most of the hydropower projects of CTGI are investment ones in Pakistan, and some under tracing ones in Nepal, Myanmar, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria. Besides, it acquired the Jupia and Ilha Solteira HPP and some other hydropower projects as well as the Duke Energy (Brazil). Its first EPC hydropower project is the Murum HPP in Malaysia.
The First, Second and Third Wind Farm Projects in Pakistan are green-field ones with a total installed capacity of 148.5MW. CTGI has acquired 11 wind farm projects in Brazil with a total installed capacity of 321 MW. In July 19, 2016, it acquired 80% shares of the Meerwind Offshore Wind Power Project in Germany, the first time a Chinese company owned an operational offshore wind project with majority shares overseas.
The first solar power project (in operation) is the CTG Solar Power Demo (Greece) Project with a total installed capacity of 18MW, among which 2MW was put into operation in July 2012 and the remaining 16 MW was put into operation in January 2013. Besides, CTGI is also tracing some solar power projects in Pakistan and other countries and regions.