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2009 Q1 electricity statistics
2009 Q1 electric power industry statistics
|Indicator||Unit||Year to date||YoY change (±, % or % point)|
|National total power production||GWh||779,700||-2.0|
|---||Of which: Hydropower||GWh||96,200||24.0|
|Total installed capacity (units >6MW)||MW||766,090||10.6|
|Of which: Hydropower||MW||145,510||19.3|
|Coal cons. (avg.)||g/kWh||338.0||-7.0|
|Transmission and distribution losses||%||4.94||-0.53|
|National coal consumption for electricity production||kt||308010.00||-8.10|
|National heat supply||TJ||832,100||-3.23|
|Coal consumed for national heat supply||kt||49,460||-3.28|
|National power supply||GWh||682,500||-2.79|
|National power sales||GWh||648,800||-2.25|
|National transmission and distribution losses||GWh||33,700||-12.15|
|Full load hours (national avg.)||hours||1,009||-151|
|Of which：Hydro power||hours||601||44|
|Power plant own consumption (nat. avg.)||%||5.85||-0.04|
|Of which：Hydro power||%||0.50||-0.03|
Note: source of data is the NEA, and publicly available statistics from the National Bureau of Statistics。