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In the first half of 2014, the export of WEC power to China declined by 11,5 percent
In the first half of 2014, the supply of electricity by OJSC Eastern Energy Company (VEC) from Russia to China decreased by 11,5 percent. This is reported by the newspaper "Amurskaya Pravda".
In total, in the first half of the year, the EEC, which is the Russian operator of electricity export in the Far East, has supplied China and Mongolia more than 1,86 billion kWh of electricity. The main deliveries go through three interstate transmission lines with voltage 110, 220 and 500 kilovolts. They connect the power systems of the Far East of Russia and the northeastern provinces of China.
Electricity exports to China amounted to 1,67 billion kWh. Its decline is due to the repair of the power line with power 500 kV. This year, repairs have fallen in June. In 2013, this power line was repaired in October. Exports to Mongolia compared with the first half of the year 2013 of the year has grown steadily, increasing by more than 7 percent. More than 188 mln kWh of electricity was supplied there.
At the end of 2013, the EEC supplied electricity to China and Mongolia in excess of 3,9 billion kWh, which was 29,2 percent more than in the year..