Continuous training to obtain a harmonious enterprise

Wuling is committed to providing a good working environment in order to give full play to employee talents. Great efforts are made to cultivate a consistent and healthy working culture to support every member, develop positive team spirit, and harmonious work. Wuling observes equal employment opportunity principles, while complying with all applicable labor laws and regulations.Discrimination is prohibited and there is equal pay for equal work.
  • Staff Dance Competition

  • Staff Training

  • Staff Calligraphy Exhibition

Environmental protection

Wuling is committed to resource-efficient, and environment-friendly growth while always striving to balance project development with ecological protection. This is achieved by allocating more resources for environmental protection.
Cultural relics, historical sites, and rare trees have been protected. In addition, multiple steps have been taken to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions from thermal power plants.
By the end of 2018, Wuling had an accumulative total green energy output of 240.66 TWh, equivalent to decrease in standard coal consumption of 96.26 million tones. Its emission control capability ranked No.1 in SPIC.

Strategy and Goals

Wuling insists on “Being Green, Going Abroad” and follows the three-pronged policy of “Hydropower, Renewables, and Energy Services” integration. Wuling gives equal emphasis to hydropower and renewable energy, comprehensive energy and energy services development, domestic and foreign market expansion, internal growth and external merger.
By 2020, Wuling’s total installed capacity will exceed 10,000MW (500MW form the overseas), clean energy accounting for more than 85%. With sustainable international efforts and domestic successes, Wuling will be a leading clean energy provider.
  • Schools built for the relocatees

  • Rare plants such as Taxus chinensis were under protection

  • Fish farming in Sanbanxi reservoir area as a part of the efforts to protect ecological environment

  • USD 1.8 million was spent on excavation and preservation of the bamboo slips from the Qin Dynasty (221BC-207BC) at Liye.

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