CTG Latam

China Three Gorges Latam is a wholly owned subsidiary of CTGI

Location

Headquarters in Bogota (COL)

CTG Latam has established its operational headquarters in Bogota for more than a year and has successfully acquired a portfolio of 510,4 MWp of solar (PV) greenfield assets, as of 2022, in this country, and a portfolio of operational assets in Mexico.

Con Colombia como su principal destino de inversión, CTG Latam ha estado operando desde Bogotá durante más de un año y ha adquirido con éxito 510,4 MW de activos fotovoltaicos greenfield, que en el momento se desarrollan y construyen según lo planeado.

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CTG Latam

CTG Latam has built a localized M&A and greenfield development team to implement its long term strategy based on a sustainable and diversified portfolio of projects, both in terms of technologies and development stage. CTG Latam is analyzing more renewable energy project opportunities in Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Peru, Panama, for future investment.

CTG Latam basa su estrategia en cimentar equipos de M&A y de desarrollo greenfield localizados con el objetivo de establecer proyectos sostenibles. En la actualidad, CTG Latam analiza más oportunidades de proyectos de energías renovables en Colombia, México, Chile, Perú, Panamá, para futuras inversiones.

CTG CORP

China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG)

China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG) began its history as a company responsible for building and operating the world´s largest hydropower plant (Three Gorges with an installed capacity of 23 GW) and other large plants in the Yangtze River in China and has evolved into an international clean energy group focused on large-scale hydropower and non-conventional renewable energy (wind and solar) development and operation.
Present in more than 40 countries, CTG is the world´s largest producer of hydroelectric power (5 of the 12 largest hydroelectric plants in the world are currently owned by CTG) and has a total installed capacity of approximately 140 GW, both under operation and construction.
In 2021 CTG produced 363,0 TWh of electricity.

Presence

Present in more than 40 countries.

Larger Producer

CTG is the world´s largest producer of hydroelectric power, 5 of the 12 largest hydroelectric plants in the world are currently owned by CTG.

Installed capacity

Has a total installed capacity of approximately 140 GW, both under operation and construction. In 2021 CTG produced 363,0 TWh of electricity.