Power industry in East China province expanding

Jan 12, 1998 01:00 AM

East China's Shandong Province has recorded substantial progress over the past few years in expanding its power industry.
Shandong, one of the nation's largest provincial economies, has nonetheless been forced to deal with a bottle-necked power supply which has hindered its development in recent years.
In 1997, the Shandong Provincial Power Group (SPPG) invested seven billion yuan in installing 7 large and medium-sized turbo-generators with a total capacity of 1.88 mm kW.
The province also restructured its power generation industry by closing small thermal power stations with high coal consumption and poor efficiency and upgrading the local power transmission grid.
The province's total power generation capacity currently exceeds 16.1 mm kW, with 5 power plants each having a generating capacity of 1 mm kW or more. Over 75 % of its power is generated by large and medium-sized generators.
The SPPG funded the construction of a thermal power plant in north China's Shanxi Province in order to use abundant local coal resources for the commercial generation of electricity.

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