Over the past five years since its operation, Sichuan-Tibet Grid Interconnection Project has delivered about 1.5 TWh of electricity to Tibet, injecting strong impetus into local socioeconomic development.
On December 12, the app of "State Grid Online 2019" was launched in major app stores, starting its service to customers of State Grid’s 27 provincial power companies. As of the same day, registered users have exceeded 18.9 million.
At the beginning of this year, the Official Reply of the State Council on the General Plan of Xiong’an New Area of Hebei Province (2018-2035) and the Guiding Opinions of the CPC Central Committee and State Council on Supporting the Comprehensive Deepening of Reform and Expansion of the Opening-up of Xiong’an New Area of Hebei Province were issued, indicating the completion of the blueprint of the Xiong’an New Area. The “City of the Future” starts its construction in full swing ever since. Building a smart, convenient and efficient energy network is of great importance to make Xiong’an New Area a model for high-quality development in the new era. Over the past two years, State Grid has implemented the requirements of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council, actively served the construction of Xiong’an New Area, and comprehensively advanced the building of the strong & smart grid and the Internet of Things in Electricity (IOTE), providing strong energy support for the green and smart development of this “City of the Future”.
A newly built 35 kV substation on Nanji Island in Wenzhou City of Zhejiang Province commenced operation on November 30. It marked the formal electrification of the interconnection project between the Nanji Island and the continent. Thus the isolated grid operation of this island comes to an end, realizing full access to the grid in all towns of the province.
With the last spacer installed, the upgrade project on the Wufengshan transmission line across the Yangtze River was concluded on December 3, 2019. This line connects the urban power grids of Yangzhou City and Zhenjiang City in Jiangsu Province, and its upgrade is expected to boost the integrated development of the Yangtze Delta.
“A Philippine opposition Senator said that a Chinese state-owned enterprise has a lot of stake in the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP). It makes China capable of controlling the Philippines’ power grid, which is a threat to the country’s national security. Do you have a comment,” a reporter asked at a regular press conference held by the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on November 27.