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China wants to expand cooperation in the electric power network with neighboring countries

China will expand cooperation in the field of power grid facilities with neighboring countries, Xinhua News Agency reports, citing General Director of China's State Grid National Power Grid Corporation Shu Yinbyo.

At the moment, China has already built 18 cross-border electricity transmission lines with neighboring countries, and "China's huge need for electricity makes it the largest market for neighboring interested countries," Shu Yingbiao stressed, noting that neighboring countries are rich in energy resources, great potential for interconnection and interpenetration in the field of power grids.

According to Shu Yinbyo, China is considering cooperation with neighboring countries in three areas: within the Silk Road economic belt, from China's Xinjiang in the direction of the 5 states of Central Asia; energy transfer from Russia and Mongolia to China; the formation of the grid with the southern neighbors of China. 8 mln. KWh of electricity has already been transferred to China from Russia and cooperation will expand.

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