TE24 International Desk:
The use of electricity has flooded huge Chinese territory north of the Yangtze Stream in a warmer climate than usual, with locals like Henan, China’s third-most populous region, being tested by record electricity demand.
Henan has the highest power request load, with a population of about 100 million people, setting another standard of 65.34 million kilowatts on Sunday, state TV reported on Monday.
Although there was an option to adapt to the general network with a balanced interest, power supply to Henan is expected to be problematic in the middle of this year, with the largest load reported to have increased to about 75 million kilowatts.
Instead of the heaviest rainfall in 60 years in southern China, near Henan and Shandong, and parts of Hebei have struggled with conditions such as singing heat waves and dry seasons this month.
Temperatures in Zhenzhou, the capital of Henan, where notable is Taiwanese Apple supplier Foxconn 2317. A creation center has reached 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) during the current days. As temperatures rise, interest for electricity increases as homes and companies cool down, with regular highs in late July and early August in China.
Delays in high temperatures could force China to limit, reduce or distribute energy to modern clients at maximum times. High temperatures will persist until Tuesday, Henan, Hebei Shandong is still the center of the warm climate, the China Meteorological Agency said.
“It’s unusual for this locale to see so much hard work and energy at high temperatures so far in June.” It says 6 In Jiangsu, China’s fourth-most populous region, on June 17, more than 100 million kilowatts of electricity requested load broke. Interestingly, in the middle of this year, 19 days earlier than 2021, according to state media.
Power consumption in Hefei, the capital of the eastern Anhui region, has reached new heights, prompting energy-saving calls. Encouraged the residents of the province