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Beijing allows power charges up for non-essential supply


China’ State Council has agreed for coal-fired power houses to charge market rates for supplies to non-essential needs, raising by as much as 20%, though the increment for power-intensive enterprises can rely on the actual demand, ignoring the cap, according to a post by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on October 8 about the latest work meeting among the council members.
As for the higher power charges, it is on the condition of stability in the utility bills for households, agriculture and social welfare facilities, and the price charge fluctuation, thus, has been revised from the original maximum rise by 10% or cut by 15% to 20% for both, according to


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