Based on world-leading technologies in UHV, smart grid and renewable energy, as well as rich experience in large grid construction, operation and management, State Grid has made full use of its comprehensive advantage in technology, capital, human resources, management and equipment to facilitate policy connectivity through power planning coordination and standard alignment, promote infrastructure connectivity through power infrastructure investment and construction, ensure trade connectivity through international production capacity cooperation, promote financial connectivity through international capital management and people-to-people connectivity through localized operation of overseas projects.
By the end of June 2017, State Grid has successfully invested and operated backbone energy networks in seven countries and regions including Brazil, the Philippines, Portugal, Australia, Italy, Hong Kong China and Greece with an overseas investment of 19.5 billion US Dollars and an overseas equity capital of 60 billion US Dollars. State Grid has been actively developing greenfield power transmission projects. It won the bids for Belo Monte UHVDC Project Phase I and Phase II, Teles Pires Transmission Project Phase I Lot A & Lot B and Phase II Lot C & Lot O and other large-scale greenfield power transmission concessional projects. State Grid also invested and implemented Matiari-Lahore ±660kV DC power transmission project in Pakistan in the form of BOOT.
As a long-term strategic investor, State Grid sticks to the concept of sustainable development and operation, relying on local management teams, strengthening technological communication and cooperation, actively carrying out social responsibilities, promoting local employment and sparing no effort to create economic, social and environmental value for the local community.