China's energy consumption generally recovered in

2022-08-26
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In the first half of 2017, China's energy consumption generally recovered

Abstract: Recently, data from the National Bureau of statistics showed that the output of industrial robots in China increased by 52.3% year-on-year in the first half of the year, of which 61.1% year-on-year in June, ranking first in all kinds of industrial products, and this growth rate is much higher than last year

according to the press conference of the national energy administration, China's energy situation in the first half of 2017 mainly has the following six characteristics: first, the overall recovery of energy consumption. In the first half of the year, China's energy consumption picked up, of which coal consumption turned to positive growth. Except for the building materials industry, coal consumption in electric power, steel and chemical industries all increased positively year-on-year; Oil consumption was stable, natural gas consumption increased significantly, and urban gas, industrial fuel and power generation gas all maintained rapid growth; The growth rate of electricity consumption has rebounded significantly. Second, the energy structure was further optimized. The proportion of coal consumption decreased and the proportion of clean energy consumption increased. Third, the new and old drivers of energy demand growth continue to shift. Fourth, energy supply continues to improve. Fifth, energy supply and demand are generally loose. Sixth, the efficiency differentiation of the energy industry

in the first half of 2017, the output of industrial robots surged by 52%

recently, the National Bureau of statistics data showed that the output of industrial robots in China increased by 52.3% year-on-year in the first half of the year, of which 61.1% year-on-year in June, ranking first in all kinds of industrial products, and this growth rate is much higher than last year. For this reason, China's industry has warmly congratulated Chongqing customers on purchasing our universal testing machine, which has continued to rise again this year, with a year-on-year increase of more than 40% in a single month and a maximum of 78.2% in March. Behind the surge in the output of industrial robots is the emergence of the "booming supply and demand" effect brought about by the accelerated transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry. On the one hand, as a "necessity" for the transformation and upgrading of manufacturing industry, especially in response to the reduction of demographic dividends, industrial robots are increasingly applied to workshops; On the other hand, strong demand and new economic attributes have attracted a number of industrial robot industrial projects in recent years. Plastic news: recycled plastic granulator has broad development space in China, and the production capacity has begun to enter the release period

in the first half of 2017, Japanese machine tool orders increased significantly, and more than 30% came from China

according to the latest data released by the Japan Machine Tool Industry Association, in the first half of 2017, Japanese machine tool orders (revised value) totaled 764.215 billion yen (about 46.2 billion yuan), a sharp increase of 21.1% year-on-year. After two years, there was a year-on-year increase again, and therefore, the high conversion power orders ranked the fourth highest in the same period in history. The head of the association pointed out that since 2017, with the stabilization of China's economy, China's machine tool orders have soared. Driven by it, it is expected that the annual Japanese machine tool orders will exceed the 1.35 trillion yen predicted at the beginning of the year. According to statistics, in the first half of the year, Japan received machine tool orders from China amounting to 170.523 billion yen (about 10.3 billion yuan), accounting for 35.7% of Japan's total machine tool external demand orders in the same period, with a substantial year-on-year increase of 92.6%, almost doubling

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