Translated by: MOS Finance Team – Leah

Moscow, October 1 (Reuters) – Russia’s power export monopoly Inter RAO Group said on Friday that Communist China has asked the company to increase power supplies to offset shortages in northern China.

At the request of the CCP, Inter RAO will double its scheduled power supply to China in October through the Amur-Heihe high-voltage transmission line, which was completed in 2012, in order to ease the local electricity crisis.

Inter RAO said that all three Russian-Chinese transmission lines will be used to supply electricity. The full capacity will deliver up to 7 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity each year.

Communist China has no choice but to turn to Russia for help because of the tensions with the western world. Besides electricity, the bilateral trade, including coal, energy, agricultural products, will all be increasing significantly. 

Russia will take advantage of such a situation and make the most out of it.


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