CHINA'S ENERGY INTERCONNECTION: $18.7 TLN
XINHUANET - China proposed the setting up of "energy interconnection" on Monday to ensure steady power supply in Asia.
China made the proposal during an energy conference held in Cebu City in the central Philippines attended by over 300 energy industry leaders from the region.
The conference organized by the Association of the Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and Western Pacific (AESIEAP) discussed ways to hurdle the challenges facing the power industry in a bid to develop innovative solutions…
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