On December 10, the North China Energy Regulatory Bureau issued the "Notice on Continued Development of the Pilot Work for Third-Party Independent Entities to Participate in the North China Power Peak-shaving Ancillary Service Market", and revised the "Regulations for Third-Party Independent Entities Participating in the North China Power Peak-shaving Ancillary Service Market (Trial, Version 2020)”.
One week after the Beijing City Government announced a new subsidy plan for distributed solar projects, Guangzhou City is following suit, implementing an incentive policy to support distributed solar in several districts.
The Bayannur Municipal Government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) has publicly released the bidding results of the "1.6GW Wind Power Energy Base Supporting the Shanghai Temple - Shandong HVDC Transmission Line”:
On November 30, the Guangdong Jieyang DRC officially approved the extension of the project approval validity of 8 offshore wind projects in Jieyang with a total capacity of 5.85GW.
On December 4, the Ali and Tibet-China Power Grid Interconnection Project (hereinafter referred to as the "project") was put into operation.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the National Energy Administration (NEA) recently jointly issued the "Notice on Doing a Good Job in the Signing of Medium and Long-term Power Contracts in 2021" (hereinafter referred to as the "Notice"), requiring government departments, power companies and trading organizations to organize and coordinate the signing of medium and long-term power contracts (including priority power generation) within and across provinces and regions.