Abstract : China saw accelerated growth in power generation in the first four months of 2021, official data shows.
Photo taken on Nov. 11, 2020 shows photovoltaic power generators in Hongni Village in Pingshun County, north China’s Shanxi Province. (Xinhua/Cao Yang)
BEIJING, May 24 (Xinhua) — China saw accelerated growth in power generation in the first four months of 2021, official data shows.
The country’s power generation increased 16.8 percent year on year in the January-April period, rising to 2.53 trillion kilowatt-hours, data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows.
The figure rose 10.9 percent compared to the 2019 level, putting average growth for the January-April period at 5.3 percent for 2020 and 2021.
In April alone, China generated 623 billion kilowatt-hours of power, up 11 percent year on year, and the average daily power generation came in at 20.77 billion kilowatt-hours.
In April, thermal power increased 12.5 percent year on year, while wind-generated power surged 21.1 percent year on year, the data shows. Enditem
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Source: China sees accelerated power generation growth in Jan.-April