Data monitor: Coal-based power output at 9-month high

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November 16, 2020 2:45 AM

Generation of coal-based power rose to the highest level in nine months (5% m-o-m and 15% y-o-y).

Power demand witnessed nearly 13% y-o-y growth in Oct’20.Power demand witnessed nearly 13% y-o-y growth in Oct’20.

Electricity generation registered year-on-year growth (3%) for the second consecutive month in October’20 though it was 3% lower than in Sept’20.

Generation of coal-based power rose to the highest level in nine months (5% m-o-m and 15% y-o-y).

Power demand witnessed nearly 13% y-o-y growth in Oct’20. However, demand was 2% lower on a m-o-m basis.

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