HOPEWELL Holdings confirmed its Consolidated Electric Power Asia (CEPA) listing yesterday at $12.50 a share in a combined offer to raise $5.94 billion. Chief executive Stewart Elliot said the group would be capable of producing 6,000 megawatts of power per hour - 50 per cent more than Hongkong Electric. ''China Light and Power produces some 6,000 megawatts per hour, but it has taken them 70 years to get to this,'' Mr Elliot said. A public offering of 93.6 million shares will raise $1.17 billion, and a placement of 381.4 million shares will raise $4.77 billion. CEPA is forecasting a profit for the 12 months to June 30, 1994, of $208 million, with earnings per share at 32 cents, based on 650.51 million shares, or 30.5 cents fully diluted on 1.225 billion shares. The final dividend forecast for the year is nine cents. On listing, the group will have a market capitalisation of $5.94 billion in share sales and a total capitalisation of $10.94 billion, making it the 36th-largest stock listed on the exchange, including secondary listings. The listing has a price-earnings ratio of 39 times and a pro forma dividend yield of 1.08 per cent, with an adjusted net tangible asset value per fully paid-up share of $9.18. taking in to account the 800 million partly paid shares in the issue. The adjusted net tangible asset value per share is $9.44 on 1.275 million fully paid up shares. On listing, the group will have $3.5 billion of cash resources for working capital and to finance current projects. Of the net profit forecast, some $100 million will arise from interest received on the amount raised.