Zhejiang started punitive electricity prices over the standard plus electricity plus 0.1 yuan / kWh

Zhejiang is experiencing the biggest power shortage in seven years. On May 17, the Zhejiang Provincial Orderly Electricity Working Coordination Group issued a document to adjust the province's orderly electricity use plan: from now on, the orderly use of electric fault avoidance peaks from the original D-class avoidance peak of 2.4 million kilowatts, adjusted to new The C-class offset peak is 3 million kilowatts. From June 1st, Zhejiang will impose punitive electricity prices on more than 2,400 key energy-using enterprises. Enterprises that use electricity exceeding the industry energy consumption limit will add a price of 0.1 yuan per kWh. This is the third time that Zhejiang Province has implemented differential electricity prices for the eight high-energy industries, and once again raised electricity prices for large energy consumers. It is worth noting that the Zhejiang Electric Power Company made it clear for the first time that there has not been any stoppage of power generation due to lack of coal this year. Enterprises in the “open three stop one” Zhejiang enterprises are experiencing power shortages. As early as March 22, Zhejiang Province began to implement the D-class orderly electricity plan, avoiding the peak of 2.4 million kilowatts, controlling the use of electricity in high-energy-consuming industries, giving priority to protecting residents' electricity and important users. Dai Yan, deputy director of the Zhejiang Electric Power Dispatch and Communication Center, said at the end of April that in the first quarter, more than 500,000 enterprises were restricted in Zhejiang. Since Zhejiang Province has already formulated a strict and orderly electricity consumption plan, a large number of enterprises have to face power-limiting measures such as “opening three limits one” and “weekly stop two”. In order to avoid production stoppages, many companies choose to use diesel generators to generate electricity. However, due to the reduction of input power from Anhui and the reduction of defects in a unit in Jiaxing, the current power supply capacity in Zhejiang Province is only 35.35 million kilowatts, with a maximum gap of 2.5 million kilowatts to 3 million kilowatts. It is estimated that the largest gap in Zhejiang Province in the second quarter will reach about 4.3 million kilowatts. On May 17, the Zhejiang Province Orderly Electricity Working Coordination Group officially issued a document. From now on, Zhejiang's orderly electricity use plan was adjusted from the original D-class fault avoidance peak of 2.4 million kilowatts to a new C-class fault avoidance peak of 3 million kilowatts. The reasons for the emergency launch of large power plants for the shortage of electricity in the off-season in Zhejiang are different. “The release of production capacity of high-energy enterprises has objectively aggravated the 'electricity shortage'.” Yang Jianhua, a professor at the Zhejiang Academy of Social Sciences, analyzed that in the first quarter, fixed assets investment in Zhejiang Province increased by 29% year-on-year, and the added value of heavy industry increased by 13.7%. The growth of electricity consumption in high-energy-consuming industries is as high as 20%. This problem is actually caused by the fact that there has been no change in the way the economy has grown extensively. Zhejiang Provincial Government Advisory Committee Shi Jinchuan Zhichen, the State Council officially approved the "Zhejiang Marine Economic Development Demonstration Zone Plan" recently. Zhejiang has listed heavy machinery such as machine tools, automobiles, pharmaceuticals and petrochemicals as pillar industries, and declared the park projects in the name of industrial integration. It is inevitable that the construction will be repeated at a low level, which will have a negative impact on the adjustment of Zhejiang's economic structure. According to the public data of Zhejiang Electric Power Company, there has not been any stoppage of power generation due to lack of coal this year. Ling Yun, deputy director of Zhejiang Economic and Information Committee, pointed out that the most fundamental reason for power shortage is that power supply construction cannot keep up with the growth of power demand. It is estimated that during the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” period, the annual electricity consumption in Zhejiang will increase by 7.5%-9.5%, but the current electricity consumption has increased by 18.5%. On the other hand, Zhejiang Province has fewer new power sources. The installed capacity is 2.6 million kilowatts, accounting for 6% of the total electricity load. The new capacity will be 0 next year. Therefore, the power situation next year may be more severe than this year. To solve the urgent need, May 12, Zhejiang The Energy Group has started a total investment of 7.89 billion yuan in Zhoushan Liuheng Power Plant with a designed installed capacity of 2 million kilowatts and an annual power generation capacity of 17.5 billion kWh. It is expected to make up at least one quarter of the new electricity demand gap in Zhejiang after completion. To alleviate the “electricity shortage” in Zhejiang. Not only Zhejiang Energy Group. The newspaper learned from the Zhejiang Provincial Bureau of Statistics that in the first quarter of this year, the province’s electrical industry (including silicon solar cells, solar cell components, etc.) Industry investment amounted to 11.19 billion yuan, accounting for 28.5% of equipment manufacturing investment, up 67.7% year-on-year. Zhang Hong, deputy director of the development planning department of Zhejiang Electric Power Company, said that during the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" period, Zhejiang coastal areas will speed up the construction of a number of large power sources. The project, with a total capacity of about 16 million kilowatts, still cannot meet the net increase of 27.05 million kilowatts in Zhejiang during the five years.  

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