Top stories of the day: China power and coal ? Sept. 16
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BEIJING, Sep. 16, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Top stories of China's power and coal industries on Sept. 16 as follow:

1. The mid- and long-term development plan for nuclear power is likely to come out soon, disclosed an insider. According to latest news, installed capacity of nuclear power is targeted at 86 million kilowatt by 2020.

2. The State Administration of Work Safety recently announced that it planned to shut down 1539 small coalmines in 2010.

3. China's solar cells output soared over 200 percent on year in the period of January-August, far exceeding the 20 percent growth of other consumption goods.

According to statistics by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, output of solar cells amounted to 2.962 million kilowatt in January-August, up 200.4 percent on year.

The surge in solar cell output also boosted robust rebound in spot silicon price in upstream sector, which has surged 20 percent over one-month period from the beginning of this year. (Edited by Li Xiaohui, lixh@xinhua.org)

 

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