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Xinhua Silk Road: China’s state-owned Jiangsu Branch network company is exploring a new way to promote domestic low-carbon development

Beijing (OTS / PRNewswire) State Grid Jiangsu Electric Power Co. , Ltd. , A subsidiary of China’s state-owned grid operator, east China’s coastal province: Jiangsu is embracing a new and green energy system to facilitate the province’s low-carbon economic development.

The company, which is affiliated with the Chinese state-owned State Grid Corporation, published a blue newspaper called Clean Energy on Tuesday in Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu, which enables the astonishing Jiangsu to share with the world its practices, experiences and achievements in researching a new type of energy system for green development.

Jiangsu, as a major region with enormous potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in China, was one of the earliest contestants in the country to develop clean energy such as photovoltaic and wind power and at the same time it faced problems in the domestic power grid including stability and control due to the configuration of supply. Complex energy has a high proportion of new energy and external power supply across the province.

To solve these problems, State Grid Jiangsu Electric Power has improved the link between the power source, power grid, grid load and electricity storage, and has focused on creating a robust smart grid to facilitate the establishment of a green energy system and promote green development in Jiangsu, Li said Jejun, vice president of the Research Center for Economic Affairs affiliated China Economic Information Service, regarding the issuance of the Blue Book.

The company has also made efforts to decarbonize energy supplies, improve clean energy distribution platforms, and promote clean energy consumption to further accelerate the construction of the new energy-dominated power system in Jiangsu.

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By the end of 2020, Jiangsu’s installed power generation capacity reached 34.96 million kilowatts, an increase of 369.9 percent over the end of 2015. Last year, the province recorded 52.2 billion kilowatt hours of electricity generation annually from new energy, resulting in reduced coal consumption . By about 15 million tons and carbon dioxide emissions by 48 million tons.

New energy, which was once an auxiliary source of energy for the province, now serves as an alternative energy source with multiple types, huge initial size, wide application and distribution in Jiangsu.

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