China Says Electricity Shortages to Continue into Winter
(Beijing) – Acute power shortages will continue in parts of China in the upcoming winter and spring seasons, particularly in the southern and central regions where most of the country's hydropower power stations are located, an energy official told a press conference on September 29.
According to the State Electricity Regulatory Commission, hydroelectricity accounts for 16 percent of China's total electricity consumption.
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