News Release
08 May 2014

Everbright International Zhejiang Ningbo Waste-to-energy Project Phase I Commences Operation

Builds New Landmark in Coastal Region
Consolidating Strategic footprint in East China

8 May 2014, Hong Kong – China Everbright International Limited ("Everbright International" or the "Group") (HKSE: 00257) is pleased to announce that Phase I of the Ningbo Beilun Waste-to-energy Project ("Ningbo Project" or the "Project"), the first waste-to-energy project of the Group in Zhejiang Province, has commenced commercial operation.

The Group secured Ningbo Project in mid-2012. Having started construction in November 2012, the Project Phase I successfully passed the 72+24-hour trial run with stable operation in January 2014 and officially commenced commercial operation. The Project Phase I is designed to have a daily household waste processing capacity of 1,000 tonnes and is expected to generate green electricity of over 112,000,000 kWh annually. Its gas emission has complied with the Euro 2000 Standard, and its leachate discharge has complied with the "Quality of Industrial Water from Recycling of Urban Waste Water", and has met China's national Grade 1 standard, realizing the target of Complete Reuse and Nil Discharge.

Chen Xiaoping, CEO of Everbright International, said, "Ningbo Project is located on the coastal area of East China Sea. For the optimization of the entire project, the construction followed the Group's principles of First Class Quality, High Standards, Advanced Technology and Outstanding Efficiency. As a result, and thanks to the concerted efforts of the construction and management teams, Project Phase I has commenced commercial operation earlier than scheduled. We are committed to constructing Ningbo Project as a new landmark along the coastal area of East China Sea by establishing the Group's demonstration project in Zhejiang. Everbright International will adhere to its mission of Producing Quality Projects and Building a Quality Brand, and draw on its development model in Jiangsu Province to achieve comparable outstanding results in other provinces."