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Heating Accounts for 40% of Electricity Demand in Beijing this Winter
2018/01/21
With increasing electricity use spurred by China’s Coal-to-Electricity policy, it is forecast that the load on the power grid in Beijing will hit 18.6 million kW this winter, increasing by 10.6% year on year, of which the heating load accounted for nearly 40%.
 
In 2017, more than 1 million households conducted Coal-to-Electricity retrofits in Beijing, which will generate about 3.8 million kW of demand on electricity. With such retrofits, the amount of coal burned will be reduced by nearly 4.2 million tons in Beijing during every heating season, along with reduced emission of over 10.8 million tons of CO 2, 99,900 tons of sulfur dioxide, and 29,100 tons of nitrous oxide.


An engineer checks electric heating equipment in Dongshuiquan Village

In 2017, State Grid Beijing Electric Power began applying the first smart power supply service commanding system in China. Capitalizing on a big data platform, the system monitors equipment, analyzes power grid operational status, sends alerts regarding breakdowns, abnormal operation, and environmental conditions, and receives repair calls from customers.
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