Wuling Power Corporation Ltd. (Wuling) was founded in 1995 and is based in Changsha, the capital of Hunan, China. It is a subsidiary of the State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) and a comprehensive energy enterprise that owns many hydro, thermal, wind, and solar power plants.

As one of the earliest river basin development companies in China, Wuling is the largest hydropower generation company and a well-known energy service provider in Hunan.

Acting according to the "Green, Open, and High-quality" development philosophy, Wuling gives priority to optimizing hydropower, developing new energy sources, promoting hydropower plant supporting service, and exploring hydrogen energy, energy storage, geothermal energy, comprehensive smart energy as well as electricity distribution business, with the goal of becoming a first-class smart clean energy supplier.

By the end of February 2020, Wuling had 59 power plants, and 2,448 employees, with total assets of more than USD 7 billion. Its total installed capacity is 7,807 MW, of which clean energy accounts for nearly 85%. It has an annual power output of over 24 TWh in 2019.