This so-called Hydro-Industrial Complex also has some advocates in high places. Hu Jintao, the former prime minister, was the second of China's top officials with a background in water engineering.Coincidence? If you believe that, I have a bridge, er, dam to sell you. Ok maybe I can't haggle over infrastructure as well as the Chinese, but I can present you with some investing ideas. Below is a list of four Chinese energy companies traded on US exchanges. Do they present an opportunity to profit from Chinese hydropower? Click on the interactive chart to view Chinese energy companies' quarterly sales over time. Will Chinese hydropower continue into the future, or will it be supplanted by other power sources? Use the interactive list below to begin your own analysis. 1. China Hydroelectric Corporation ( CHC): Engages in the acquisition, ownership, development, construction, operation, and financing of hydroelectric power projects in the People's Republic of China. Market cap at $135.23M, most recent closing price at $2.54. 2. Huaneng Power International Inc. ( HNP): Engages in the generation and sale of electric power to the regional or provincial grid companies in the People's Republic of China. Market cap at $14.98B, most recent closing price at $42.20.
3. China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Limited ( MY): Designs, manufactures, sells, and services megawatt-class wind turbines in China. Market cap at $418.47M, most recent closing price at $3.39.
4. PetroChina Co. Ltd. ( PTR): Produces and distributes oil and gas in the People's Republic of China. Market cap at $215.95B, most recent closing price at $117.10.
( List compiled by James Dennin. Quarterly Sales sourced from Zacks Investment Research. All other data sourced from Finviz.)