The Shanghaimiao-Shandong ±800KV UHV DC Transmission Project is one of the 12 key power transmission channels identified by National Air Pollution Control Action Plan. This project starts from Shanghaimiao Converter Station of Ordos, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, passes by Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Hebei, Henan and Shandong, and ends in Zhisheng, Linyi City, Shandong, The DC line is about 1,300 km long, and attracts a total investment of RMB 16.01 billion. According to the latest UHV power grid optimization and adjustment, its transmission capacity is raised from original 800 KV to 1,000 KV. At present, all the procedures concerning this project have been completed and the approval document from National Energy Administration is issued. This project is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. At present, the State Grid Corporation of China commissions North China Power Engineering Co. Ltd. of China Power Engineering Consulting Group to prepare Feasibility Study Report on Shanghaimiao-Shandong ±800 KV UHV DC Transmission Project, has passed internal review. The preparation of other special reports on environmental assessment for supporting power supply points and water resource demonstration has been started. Under the auspices of Development and Reform Commission of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Shanghaimiao Power Supply Point Project Preference has also been completed. After the CPC Inner Mongolia Committee meeting and subsequent discussion, Shanghaimiao-Shandong UHV Transmission Channel Supporting Power Supply Point Construction Program will be submitted to National Energy Administration. The Power plant projects of State Grid Shuangwei (2 × 1 million kilowatts), Shenhua Guoneng (2 × 1 million kilowatts), Shenglu Energy and Chemicals affiliated to Shandong Energy Group (2 × 1 million kilowatts), North United Power (2 × 1 million kilowatts), Inner Mongolia Energy Construction Investment Group (2 × 1 million kilowatts) and others with total installed capacity of 10 million kilowatts are selected for the autonomous region, which lays a foundation for building important clean energy output base of Inner Mongolia.