State Grid Corp of China (State Grid), founded on Dec 29, 2002, is a State-owned enterprise that builds and operates power grids to provide electricity to 26 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, covering 88 percent of the country.

State Grid is China's largest power grid operator, ranked No 8 among global Fortune 500 companies this year with $184.5 billion in revenues.

The company has a registered capital of 200 billion yuan and 1.5 million employees.

By the end of 2009, State Grid had 56 wholly-owned or controlling subsidiary companies, and total assets were 1.8 trillion yuan.

Liu Zhenya - President and Chief Executive Officer

Liu Zhenya is president and chief executives of State Grid Corporation of China. Liu became president in October 2004. He became vice-president in December 2002.

Liu graduated from Shandong Institute of Technology with a master's degree of engineering. He majored in power system and automation at college.


State Grid sees big role for clean tech

State Grid Corp of China said clean energy is expected to account for 29.2 percent of total installed capacity in the area by the end of 2015.

State Grid to buy 7 Brazilian power companies

State Grid Corp of China, the nation's largest grid operator, is waiting for approval to complete the purchase of seven Brazilian energy companies, the 21st Century Business Herald reported.

State Grid warns of temporary power shortages in some areas

China may face temporary power shortages in some regions this summer due to the rapid increase in consumption, the country's major power grid operator said on Tuesday.

State Grid invests in Australian assets

State Grid Special: Magic box prepares to amaze visitors

State Grid, Quadra join hands

State Grid issues guidelines for CSR

State Grid seeking approval for 170b yuan in bonds

State Grid profits down 80% in 2008

State Grid adds $400m to 2008 budget

State Grid sees 2008 power consumption up 8-8.5%