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China's Nov Power Consumption Climbs 5.36%

Data Analysis 09:06:49AM Dec 20, 2010 Source:SMM

BEIJING, Dec. 20 -- China's power consumption in November stood at 346 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), up 5.36 percent year-on-year, according to a statement released Thursday by the National Energy Administration (NEA).

This brought the country's total power consumption in the first 11 months to 3.83 trillion kWh, up 16.09 percent from a year earlier.

In the January-November period, the primary industry used 91.5 billion kWh of power, the secondary industry used 2.86 trillion kWh, the tertiary industry used 411.7 billion kWh, and the country's households consumed 469.9 billion kWh.

Newly installed power supply capacity in the first 11 months reached 67.3 million kilowatts, including 13.44 million kilowatts of hydro power and 45.11 million kilowatts of thermal power, the NEA said.
 

China's Nov Power Consumption Climbs 5.36%

Data Analysis 09:06:49AM Dec 20, 2010 Source:SMM

BEIJING, Dec. 20 -- China's power consumption in November stood at 346 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), up 5.36 percent year-on-year, according to a statement released Thursday by the National Energy Administration (NEA).

This brought the country's total power consumption in the first 11 months to 3.83 trillion kWh, up 16.09 percent from a year earlier.

In the January-November period, the primary industry used 91.5 billion kWh of power, the secondary industry used 2.86 trillion kWh, the tertiary industry used 411.7 billion kWh, and the country's households consumed 469.9 billion kWh.

Newly installed power supply capacity in the first 11 months reached 67.3 million kilowatts, including 13.44 million kilowatts of hydro power and 45.11 million kilowatts of thermal power, the NEA said.