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US News China: "The Rust Belt" Fear of New Electricity Shortages

19:05  11 october  2021
19:05  11 october  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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China-Electricity: China: "The Rust Belt" Fear of New Electricity Shortages

CHINE: © Reuters China: "The belt of the Rust "fear of new electricity shortages

by Muyu Xu and Shivani Singh

Beijing (Reuters) - The province of Liaoning, the first economy of the" rust's belt "of northeastern China, warned Monday against The worsening of electricity shortages despite the government's efforts to stimulate coal supply and managing energy consumption.

The recovery of global economic activity after the health crisis has highlighted a shortage of energies used for electricity generation in China and other countries, putting companies and governments in difficulty approaching From winter in the northern hemisphere.

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The shortages that strike the second world economy should last until the end of the year and the analysts and the traders provide for a 12% decrease in the energy consumption by the industry in the fourth quarter due to a. Insufficient coal offer this winter.

The province of Liaoning has issued Monday, for the fifth time in the space of two weeks, its second highest level of alert in terms of electricity shortage, warning that the deficit could reach nearly 5 gigawatts.

Liaoning, which is also the first electricity consumer among the three provinces that constitute the Chinese industrial region nicknamed "the rust's belt", is experiencing widespread electricity cuts since mid-September.

The energy crisis also highlights the difficulty of reducing the dependence of the global economy with respect to fossil fuels, shortly before the COP26 discussions against climate change, which will be held in Glasgow next month.

The National Committee on Development and Reform (NDRC), the country planning body, Monday announced to urged electricity providers to increase their coal stocks.

the province of Shanxi and the region of Inner Mongolia, have ordered more than 200 of their mines to increase their production capacity and give priority to the supply of the power plants of the Northeast provinces, including Liaoning.

(Report Muyu Xu and Shivani Singh, with the contribution of David Stanway; French version Diana Mandiá, published by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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