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Looking at energy during peak summer | High temperature weather continues to take various measures to ensure stable power supply – Xinhua English.news.cn

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Looking at energy during peak summer | High temperature weather continues to take various measures to ensure stable power supply – Xinhua English.news.cn

Looking at energy during peak summer | High temperature weather continues to take various measures to ensure stable power supply

CCTV News: The reporter learned from the State Grid that in the past few days, due to the influence of high temperature weather, the power load of Hebei, Henan and other provinces has hit a record high.

Electricity load in 10 cities in Henan hit a new high

On June 20, the electricity load in Henan reached 71.08 million kilowatts, a record high. Luoyang, Nanyang, Shangqiu, Zhoukou, Jiaozuo, Pingdingshan, Puyang, Luohe, Jiyuan, Hebi and other 10 prefectures and cities have set the highest electricity load in history. At present, the Henan power grid is running stably, and the power supply is stable and orderly.

Take multiple measures to ensure stable power supply

In Hebei, which is also affected by the high temperature, the electricity load has been rising all the way. The maximum load on June 20 reached 42.768 million kilowatts, nearly 800,000 kilowatts higher than the maximum load last year. It is predicted that the load of Hebei power grid may reach a new high in the next few days, and the high school entrance examination will also face the test of high temperature. The power sector is on standby to make every effort to ensure the safe and stable operation of the power grid.

Shandong: incoming calls from outside the province and clean energy help power grids meet peak summer

In the past few days, many places in Shandong have issued high temperature red warnings, and the electricity load has continued to operate at a high level in high temperature and high humidity weather. Shandong uses electricity from outside the province and clean energy to ease the pressure on the power grid.

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On June 21, the highest load of Shandong power grid reached a record high of 92.936 million kilowatts. The electricity load of six cities including Jinan, Dezhou, Liaocheng, Jining, Tai’an and Zaozhuang also reached a record high.

At present, Shandong Power Grid has received more than 20 million kilowatts of cross-regional support from the Northeast and Northwest Power Grids. At the same time, the Shandong offshore wind power generation, which has exceeded 1 billion kWh, will be used to ease the pressure on power supply.

Jiangsu: The electricity load of the power grid has exceeded 100 million kilowatts

In Jiangsu, a major economic province, the electricity load has also been rising recently. On June 21, the highest electricity load exceeded 100 million kilowatts.

At 16:15 on the 21st, the highest electricity load of Jiangsu Power Grid reached 105 million kilowatts. Affected by this round of high temperature weather, Jiangsu’s electricity load has been rising, and the air-conditioning load has increased by nearly 20 million kilowatts. At present, the electricity load in Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi and other cities is still rising.

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