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"Adjust the fluctuation range of market transaction electricity price from no more than 10% and 15% respectively to no more than 20% in principle, and make classified adjustment. For energy-intensive industries, prices can be formed by market transaction, not subject to the restriction of 20% increase."
At an executive meeting of The State Council held on October 8, The State Council made further plans to ensure the supply of electricity and coal this winter and next spring to ensure the basic livelihood of the people and the smooth operation of the economy.
The meeting pointed out that it is necessary to reform and improve the market-based pricing mechanism for coal and electricity. Orderly pushing coal-fired power into the electric power market, all while maintaining stable residents, agriculture, electricity price for public welfare undertakings under the premise of the market price floating range by no more than 10% and 15%, respectively, to adjust for are not more than 20%, and in principle and classification of adjustment, the energy-intensive industries can be formed by market price, Not subject to the 20% limit on the rise.
On at least two occasions, official documents have clearly defined energy-intensive industries.
One of the documents is the Statistical Bulletin of the National Bureau of Statistics on national Economic and Social Development for 2010.
"Six industries with high energy consumption are chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing, non-metallic mineral products manufacturing, ferrous metal smelting and calendering, non-ferrous metal smelting and calendering, petroleum processing, coking and nuclear fuel processing, and electricity and heat production and supply," the communique said in a note.
Another document is the Notice on Phasing down Electricity costs for Enterprises to Support the Resumption of Work and Production issued by the National Development and Reform Commission in February 2020.
"According to the industrial classification of the national economy and the industrial classification of the Statistical Bulletin on National Economic and Social Development, according to the National Bureau of Statistics, the industries with high energy consumption are: Petroleum, coal and other fuel processing, chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing, non-metallic mineral products, ferrous metal smelting and calendering, non-ferrous metal smelting and calendering, electricity and heat production and supply."