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Electricity Regulatory Statistical Data Analysis Handbook 2011

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Publication Date: 12/2011
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First, the electricity consumption and economic development. A (A) power and structure 1-1 total electricity consumption a 1-2 terminal power consumption and per capita electricity consumption in international comparison 1-3 per capita living electricity consumption in international comparison 1-4 sub-region's electricity consumption 1-5 provincial electricity consumption 1-6 provincial per capita living electricity consumption 1-7 points and the Provincial electricity consumption growth rate of 7 1-8 power consumption structure 1-9 Electricity consumption structure of international comparison 9 1-10 sub-regional electricity consumption structure (B) the electricity consumption and economic 1-11 unit GDP power consumption 11 1-12 per unit of GDP power consumption in international comparison 12 1-13 minutes of the provincial GDP and electricity consumption 13 1-14 points per unit of GDP power consumption 14 1-15 east, central and western electricity proportion of GDP 15 1-16 electricity consumption elasticity of 16 1-17 Power consumption elasticity of international comparison. 17 1-18 electricity consumption elasticity coefficient 18 1-19 units of industrial electricity consumption to create the industrial added value of 19 1-20 provinces electricity and revenue 20 1 - 21 units of electricity consumption to create revenue 21 1-22 provincial electricity use to create financial income 22 Second, the power investment and construction of one 0111 23 (A) Electric Power Construction 23 2-1 national power generation capacity and structure 23 2-2 power generation capacity of the international comparison 24 Installed capacity of sorting and power structures of 2-3 provinces 25 (B) the construction of thermal power 26 2-4 thermal power installed capacity of 26 2-5 thermal power installed capacity of international comparison 27 2-6 provincial thermal power installed capacity Sort 28 2-7 of thermal power rating capacity of the structure 29 (C) of the hydropower construction 30 2-8 hydropower installed capacity of 30 2-9 installed hydropower capacity of international 31 2-10 hydropower development rates international comparison 32 2-11 of China's provinces hydraulic resources 33 2-12 provinces Small Hydropower Development 34 2-13 provinces installed hydropower capacity in sorting 35 (D) the construction of wind power 36 2-14 wind power capacity and 36 2-15 of wind power installed capacity of international comparison 37 Comparison of 38 2-16 provinces wind power capacity 2-17 wind power company, the ownership structure 39 (E) the construction of nuclear power 40 2-18 nuclear power installed capacity of international comparison 40 2-19 nuclear geographical distribution of 41 (F) Other renewable energy development 42 2-20 total photovoltaic and international comparison 42 2-21 of biomass power generation 43 (Vii) construction of power grids 44 2-22 Transmission Line and Structure 44 2-23 grid substation capacity of 45 (H) the total power investment and the structure 46 2-24 Power Investment structure 46 2-25 power structure of investment 47 2-26 Power Investment fixed assets proportion of 48 2-27 Power Investment accounted for the proportion of energy investment 49 Third, the power supply and balance of 0111 50 (A) electricity production 50 3-1 of generating capacity and constitute 50 3-2 power generation structure of the international comparison 51 3-3 sub-grid power generation 52 (B) the power balance 53 3-4 cross-regional to send electricity 53 3-5 provinces generating capacity and electricity consumption 54 3-6 provinces by the net into the (send) 55 3-7 provinces, regions, net accounted for the province electricity consumption by the power into the (sent) (power generation Volume) the proportion of 56 (C) the average power generation equipment utilization hours 57 3-8 power generation equipment utilization hours 57 3-9 sub-regional power generation equipment, the average utilization of 58 hours 3-10 of the provinces, the average power generation equipment utilization hours 59 3-11 provinces sub-power use of the number of hours 60 (D) of the electricity load of 61 3-12 China's electricity load of 61 3-13 provinces average load rate of 62 Fourth, the price of electricity industry, the efficiency of a 63 (A) tariff level of 63 4-1 provinces, the average sales price of 63 4-2 provinces, the average residential electricity prices 64 4-3 industrial tariff international comparison 65 4-4 residents of electricity and industrial electricity prices and the ratio of international comparison 66 4-5 provinces tariff comparison 67 4-6 regional electricity transmission and distribution accounted for a proportion of sales price 68 4-7 coal prices in the international comparison 69 (B) the efficiency of the power industry .. 70 4-8 power consumption rate history 70 4-9 provinces power consumption rate of 71 4-10 calendar year line loss rate 72 4-11 line loss rate international comparison 73 4-12 provinces line loss rate 74 4-13 power generation, supply coal consumption history 75 4-14 provinces supply coal consumption 76 4-15 different units of the power supply coal 77 4-16 parts of a typical generator comprising the costs constitute 78 4-17 level of power generation project cost 79 4-18 power transmission engineering unit cost tables 80 Five, electricity and the environment. 82 5-1 power generation fuel consumption of 82 5-2 power generation coal consumption 83 5-3 small thermal power shut down 84 5-4 power generation of sulfur dioxide emissions 85 5-5 thermal power units power generation emissions of sulfur dioxide 86 5-6 power generation desulfurization capacity accounting for 87 5-7 power generation soot emissions by 88 5-8 power water consumption and wastewater emissions by 89 5-9 generation of carbon dioxide emissions 90 Appendix: a. 91 1, the fold of standard coal of primary energy varieties coefficient 91 2, the main time fossil energy carbon dioxide emission factor of 92 Three different coal-fired units of carbon dioxide emission factor 93 Different coal-fired units of sulfur dioxide emission factor 94 5, part of the energy of nitrogen oxide emission factor 95 6, the unit of energy saving of major emissions reduction performance of 96 7, thermal power per kilowatt-hour costs constitute 97 8, the composition of the coal price 98 9, the main railway coal line 99 10, Japan's energy-intensive products unit energy consumption of 100 11, the energy efficiency of China's logistics 101 12,2010 years part of the energy-intensive products unit product energy consumption 102 13, China's major energy-consuming products, energy consumption 103 14,2009 China's thermal power 60 million KW of energy efficiency level of the benchmark value of 104 15, boiler, turbine steam parameters match table 105 16, turbine pressure classification and efficiency of coal consumption data table 106 17, the natural power of the high voltage and extra high voltage transmission lines 107 18, the exchange of transmission capacity and voltage levels and the transmission distance relationship 108 19, direct current transmission capacity and voltage levels, transmission distance and transmission losses Relationship 109 having 20,2008 the world's major State Electricity Economic Indicators 110 21, China's energy unit of measure conversion table 111
Table of Contents
First, the electricity consumption and economic development. A
    (A) power and structure
    1-1 total electricity consumption a
    1-2 terminal power consumption and per capita electricity consumption in international comparison
    1-3 per capita living electricity consumption in international comparison
    1-4 sub-region's electricity consumption
    1-5 provincial electricity consumption
    1-6 provincial per capita living electricity consumption
    1-7 points and the Provincial electricity consumption growth rate of 7
    1-8 power consumption structure
    1-9 Electricity consumption structure of international comparison 9
    1-10 sub-regional electricity consumption structure
    (B) the electricity consumption and economic
    1-11 unit GDP power consumption 11
    1-12 per unit of GDP power consumption in international comparison 12
    1-13 minutes of the provincial GDP and electricity consumption 13
    1-14 points per unit of GDP power consumption 14
    1-15 east, central and western electricity proportion of GDP 15
    1-16 electricity consumption elasticity of 16
    1-17 Power consumption elasticity of international comparison. 17
    1-18 electricity consumption elasticity coefficient 18
    1-19 units of industrial electricity consumption to create the industrial added value of 19
    1-20 provinces electricity and revenue 20
    1 - 21 units of electricity consumption to create revenue 21
    1-22 provincial electricity use to create financial income 22
Second, the power investment and construction of one 0111 23
    (A) Electric Power Construction 23
    2-1 national power generation capacity and structure 23
    2-2 power generation capacity of the international comparison 24
    Installed capacity of sorting and power structures of 2-3 provinces 25
    (B) the construction of thermal power 26
    2-4 thermal power installed capacity of 26
    2-5 thermal power installed capacity of international comparison 27
    2-6 provincial thermal power installed capacity Sort 28
    2-7 of thermal power rating capacity of the structure 29
    (C) of the hydropower construction 30
    2-8 hydropower installed capacity of 30
    2-9 installed hydropower capacity of international 31
    2-10 hydropower development rates international comparison 32
    2-11 of China's provinces hydraulic resources 33
    2-12 provinces Small Hydropower Development 34
    2-13 provinces installed hydropower capacity in sorting 35
    (D) the construction of wind power 36
    2-14 wind power capacity and 36
    2-15 of wind power installed capacity of international comparison 37
    Comparison of 38 2-16 provinces wind power capacity
    2-17 wind power company, the ownership structure 39
  (E) the construction of nuclear power 40
    2-18 nuclear power installed capacity of international comparison 40
    2-19 nuclear geographical distribution of 41
  (F) Other renewable energy development 42
    2-20 total photovoltaic and international comparison 42
    2-21 of biomass power generation 43
  (Vii) construction of power grids 44
    2-22 Transmission Line and Structure 44
    2-23 grid substation capacity of 45
    (H) the total power investment and the structure 46
    2-24 Power Investment structure 46
    2-25 power structure of investment 47
    2-26 Power Investment fixed assets proportion of 48
    2-27 Power Investment accounted for the proportion of energy investment 49
Third, the power supply and balance of 0111 50
    (A) electricity production 50
    3-1 of generating capacity and constitute 50
    3-2 power generation structure of the international comparison 51
    3-3 sub-grid power generation 52
  (B) the power balance 53
    3-4 cross-regional to send electricity 53
    3-5 provinces generating capacity and electricity consumption 54
    3-6 provinces by the net into the (send) 55
    3-7 provinces, regions, net accounted for the province electricity consumption by the power into the (sent) (power generation
    Volume) the proportion of 56
  (C) the average power generation equipment utilization hours 57
    3-8 power generation equipment utilization hours 57
    3-9 sub-regional power generation equipment, the average utilization of 58 hours
    3-10 of the provinces, the average power generation equipment utilization hours 59
    3-11 provinces sub-power use of the number of hours 60
  (D) of the electricity load of 61
    3-12 China's electricity load of 61
    3-13 provinces average load rate of 62
Fourth, the price of electricity industry, the efficiency of a 63
  (A) tariff level of 63
    4-1 provinces, the average sales price of 63
    4-2 provinces, the average residential electricity prices 64
    4-3 industrial tariff international comparison 65
    4-4 residents of electricity and industrial electricity prices and the ratio of international comparison 66
    4-5 provinces tariff comparison 67
    4-6 regional electricity transmission and distribution accounted for a proportion of sales price 68
    4-7 coal prices in the international comparison 69
  (B) the efficiency of the power industry .. 70
    4-8 power consumption rate history 70
    4-9 provinces power consumption rate of 71
    4-10 calendar year line loss rate 72
    4-11 line loss rate international comparison 73
    4-12 provinces line loss rate 74
    4-13 power generation, supply coal consumption history 75
    4-14 provinces supply coal consumption 76
    4-15 different units of the power supply coal 77
    4-16 parts of a typical generator comprising the costs constitute 78
    4-17 level of power generation project cost 79
    4-18 power transmission engineering unit cost tables 80
Five, electricity and the environment. 82
    5-1 power generation fuel consumption of 82
    5-2 power generation coal consumption 83
    5-3 small thermal power shut down 84
    5-4 power generation of sulfur dioxide emissions 85
    5-5 thermal power units power generation emissions of sulfur dioxide 86
    5-6 power generation desulfurization capacity accounting for 87
    5-7 power generation soot emissions by 88
    5-8 power water consumption and wastewater emissions by 89
    5-9 generation of carbon dioxide emissions 90
Appendix: a. 91
    1, the fold of standard coal of primary energy varieties coefficient 91
    2, the main time fossil energy carbon dioxide emission factor of 92
    Three different coal-fired units of carbon dioxide emission factor 93
    Different coal-fired units of sulfur dioxide emission factor 94
    5, part of the energy of nitrogen oxide emission factor 95
    6, the unit of energy saving of major emissions reduction performance of 96
    7, thermal power per kilowatt-hour costs constitute 97
    8, the composition of the coal price 98
    9, the main railway coal line 99
    10, Japan's energy-intensive products unit energy consumption of 100
    11, the energy efficiency of China's logistics 101
    12,2010 years part of the energy-intensive products unit product energy consumption 102
    13, China's major energy-consuming products, energy consumption 103
    14,2009 China's thermal power 60 million KW of energy efficiency level of the benchmark value of 104
    15, boiler, turbine steam parameters match table 105
    16, turbine pressure classification and efficiency of coal consumption data table 106
    17, the natural power of the high voltage and extra high voltage transmission lines 107
    18, the exchange of transmission capacity and voltage levels and the transmission distance relationship 108
19, direct current transmission capacity and voltage levels, transmission distance and transmission losses
Relationship 109 having
20,2008 the world's major State Electricity Economic Indicators 110
21, China's energy unit of measure conversion table 111

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