China’s thermal power output rises 12.7% in July, though emissions growth tipped to slow in H2

Published 09:17 on August 16, 2021  /  Last updated at 09:17 on August 16, 2021  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

China’s thermal power generation rose 12.7% last month compared to July 2020, the highest year-on-year growth rate since March, according to government data, but analysts say emissions output might slow in the second half as economic growth is projected to soften.

China’s thermal power generation rose 12.7% last month compared to July 2020, the highest year-on-year growth rate since March, according to government data, but analysts say emissions output might slow in the second half as economic growth is projected to soften.

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