China power lobby eyes continued growth for nascent electricity market

Published 10:22 on April 4, 2019  /  Last updated at 10:22 on April 4, 2019  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

More than 40% of electricity sold by China’s grid companies this year is likely to go through its recently-established power markets, according to the China Electricity Council (CEC), marking further progress in the ongoing power market reform seen as crucial for the success of the national carbon market.

More than 40% of electricity sold by China’s grid companies this year is likely to go through its recently-established power markets, according to the China Electricity Council (CEC), marking further progress in the ongoing power market reform seen as crucial for the success of the national carbon market.

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