CNTIC has obtained rich experiences and achieved outstanding accomplishments in the import and export of technologies and equipments and relevant project contracting in the field of power engineering.

In respect of domestic business, CNTIC has imported for over 500 power projects of various kinds, among which more than 400 are power plant projects, 60 are power transmission projects, and 20 are power plant design and consulting projects. The total value exceeded 18 billion US Dollars. The import scope covers the complete set of equipment for thermal, hydro, wind-driven, nuclear, gas turbine power plants and pumped storage stations, power transmission lines as well as consultancy services in power plant engineering and design. The company has been successively involved in the import of equipment for many of the key power projects, which are closely related with the national interest and people's livelihood, such as construction of gas turbine power station and technology import, Ertan Hydro Power Station, Xiao Lang Di Water Conservation Project on the Yellow River, Three Gorges Hydro Power and DC Transmission Project, Da Yawan Nuclear Power Plant, Nuclear Power Self-reliance Program Supporting Project as well as the import of power equipment and energy management systems for the major power networks in North, East, North-east and Central China. With the operation of a series of newly built power projects, the total power generation capacity of China has leaped into the front ranks of the world. CNTIC has made its contribution in the structural adjustment of nation's power industry and improvement of the equipment technology.

In respect of overseas business, CNTIC has undertaken and developed a 300MW thermal power station in Armenia, a 2x115MW thermal power station in the Philippines, a 4x245MW hydro power station in Iran, a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) power station in Thailand, as well as power projects in countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam and Tajikistan etc. NTIC has been awarded the EPC contracts for construction of two thermal power plants in Suralaya (1x600MW) and Sumbar (2x112MW) in Indonesia respectively, a supercritical thermal plant in Adipala (1x660MW) in Indonesia and thermal power plants in PutingBato (1x135MW) in Philippines through international bidding since 2007.