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China power crisis: Premier Li warns provinces not to ‘jump the gun’ by cutting electricity to homes

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has reinforced the importance of an “orderly” nationwide move towards meeting carbon-reduction targets, while chastising local provincial governments for cutting off power in a “one-size-fits-all” approach towards meeting those targets.Li’s comments came over the weekend at a gathering of the National Energy Commission that marked the highest-level meeting this year concerning China’s coal supply and carbon neutrality goals.Also in attendance were all four of China’s…

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has reinforced the importance of an “orderly” nationwide move towards meeting carbon-reduction targets, while chastising local provincial governments for cutting off power in a “one-size-fits-all” approach towards meeting those targets.Li’s comments came over the weekend at a gathering of the National Energy Commission that marked the highest-level meeting this year concerning China’s coal supply and carbon neutrality goals.Also in attendance were all four of China’s…

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