The local government of the province encourages the so-called tertiary industry to reduce power consumption during peak hours as much as possible.
Authorities in China's Guangdong province have pointed out the need to use as little electricity as possible in the wake of a power outage caused by a previous heat wave in the region.
The local government of the province encourages the so-called higher industry, such as office buildings, shopping malls, hotels and leisure businesses, to reduce power consumption during peak hours as much as possible.
The relevant announcement was published today (25.09.2021) in the official account maintained by the Committee on Provincial Development and Reform on the social networking site Wechat.
As far as households are concerned, it has been recommended to limit electricity consumption in other ways, such as setting the air conditioners to a maximum of 26 degrees.
In Guangdong Province, the demand for electricity on September 23, 2021 reached a record 141 million KW, after the heat wave that had started earlier that month.
The average temperature was 34.4 degrees daily, ie 2.2 degrees higher than the same period in previous years.
source: Economy Today