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Shandong: higher power cost or ultra-low emission in steel


Shandong province, China’s third largest steelmaking province in East China after Hebei and Jiangsu, will be raising electricity charges to the local steel mills that have yet met the country’s ultra-low emission standards since July 1, prompting them to accelerate the rectification, local mill sources confirmed on June 8.
A total of 24 steel mills in Shandong including the Laiwu steelworks of Shandong Iron & Steel Group Co, Rizhao Steel Holding Group, and CITIC Pacific Special Steel Group Co will see their electricity charges up Yuan 0.06/kWh starting next month, according to a notice released by the end of


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