Guangdong many places to start the peak of electricity

Several Chinese media reported that many industrial zones in the province have recently started staggered power consumption and rotating shutdowns due to a large power supply load gap in Guangdong.

The Zhongshan Daily reported on Wednesday that some areas have started staggered power consumption to avoid widespread power outages, as local demand for electricity continues to rise due to Guangdong’s persistent high temperatures and accelerated economic recovery.

Interface News reported on the same day that peak electricity consumption has continued for two weeks in Guangdong, while the scope of power restrictions is still expanding and the duration of the restrictions is also lengthening, with some factories already “open three and stop four”, which has a negative impact on factory performance. Reports indicate that Guangzhou, Foshan, Shantou, Dongguan, Huizhou, Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Chaozhou and other places have already started to implement peak electricity consumption. In addition, some industrial users can not be used for production work, even if electricity is available during the peak period, and can not turn on high-powered appliances such as air conditioners.