At 13:52 on July 24th, the 220 kV Erbao Line 2, the 220 kV Baodong Line, and the 220 kV Erbao Line 1 were put into operation smoothly, laying a solid foundation for the Baosteel Group Xinjiang Bayi Iron and Steel Company's ten million-ton steel base project. Solid energy foundation.
Baosteel's 220 kV transmission line project involves three substations, two power plants, and five lines in operation. The construction procedures are complicated, and the pre-coordination of lines is extremely difficult. In order to put Baosteel's substation into operation as soon as possible, Xinjiang Electric Power Company attached great importance to it, and under the premise of ensuring safety and quality, it went all out to meet the construction period, and the diesel wringer finally completed the construction of the power transmission project ahead of schedule.
In recent years, Bayi Steel's development situation is good, and various indicators have achieved certain progress. These achievements cannot be separated from the strong support of Xinjiang Electric Power Company. This is the evaluation of Chen Zhongkuan, general manager of Baosteel Group Xinjiang Bayi Iron and Steel Company, on the high-quality service work of Xinjiang Electric Power Company.
In order to better promote the construction of key projects in the autonomous region, in February this year, Xinjiang Electric Power Company launched the "Month of Power Supply Service for Key Projects in the Autonomous Region", and listed all 55 110 kV and above industrial expansion and installation projects planned to be put into operation in 2012. In key supervision, establish an information exchange mechanism, hold regular customer liaison meetings, understand and master the construction progress, existing problems and needs of customers' electricity project construction progress, timely feedback the power grid construction progress to customers, strengthen communication and cooperation, and improve the level of power supply services. Baosteel's 220kV transmission line project is one of the key projects under supervision. There is no doubt that electricity is becoming the "pioneer" and "leader" of the economic and social development of the autonomous region.
"Jiangsu Electric Power Delivery" opens a "big channel" for energy
On May 13, with Zhou Yongkang, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and secretary of the Central Political and Legal Committee, announcing the order to start the project, the Hami South-Zhengzhou ± The construction of the 800 kV UHV DC transmission project and the 750 kV second channel project of the Xinjiang-Northwest Main Network Networking Project was officially started. It is expected that after the completion in 2014, the Haminan-Zhengzhou ±800 kV UHV DC transmission project will set a new record in the world's transmission capacity.
On February 16, the national Spring Festival transportation ended. A large number of special coal trains in Xinjiang began to replace passenger cars, running on the busy railway line out of Xinjiang. Behind the door of the office of Gao Zhiming, deputy head of the Hami Depot of the Urumqi Railway Bureau, hangs a plan for the construction and operation of the railway. "Only the coal from the Hami area in Xinjiang can be shipped out. The current planning goal is to transfer 50 million tons of coal to the mainland in 2012, 100 million tons in 2015, and 500 million tons in 2020. This puts a lot of pressure on Xinjiang's transportation. ." When he said these words, Gao Zhiming looked serious.
In the Hami Sandaoling mining area of Lu'an Xinjiang Coal Chemical Group Co., Ltd., coal trucks came and went in an endless stream, and the tight transportation capacity made the company's production and sales once embarrassed. Zhang Xianzhong, deputy production director of the transportation section of Lu'an Xinjiang Coal Chemical Group Co., Ltd., said, "Last year's transportation volume was about 5.5 million tons. With the successive commissioning of new mines this year, coal production has surged again, and transportation capacity has become even more tense. "I am optimistic about the coal production capacity of Luxin Group, and I learned that the UHV project has been launched this year. Shenhua and Luxin jointly set up a power generation company. Once coal power is converted, Luxin Group's capacity bottleneck is also solved.
It is understood that with the implementation of the "Xinjiang Power Transmission" project, it will promote the transformation of Xinjiang's energy resources advantages into economic advantages, and greatly increase investment, employment and tax revenue. According to estimates, after Xinjiang's coal is converted into electricity on-site, 165 billion kWh of electricity will be sent out every year, and 80 million tons of coal will be used. Compared with coal transportation, the industrial chain has been further extended, and the added value of resources is higher, which can directly drive investment of 300 billion yuan, increase Xinjiang’s GDP by about 1.5 percentage points, increase 60,000 jobs, and indirectly solve the problem of 300,000 people. Employment, increase local government tax revenue by more than 2 billion yuan / year. Xinjiang will become the "Silk Road of Electricity" connecting the western frontier and the Central Plains, forming a new pattern of "coal travels through the air and electricity is sent to the whole of China".
Strong power grid consolidates the foundation of Xinjiang's development
The poet said: The sun is new every day.
For Zhang Jianguo, general manager of Xinjiang Qiangdu Jujube Co., Ltd., he has a deeper understanding of this sentence: "It is the State Grid that has created a new sun for the development of our enterprise." This is a company established in October 2009. The company has developed a 30,000-mu red jujube planting area in Washixia Township, Ruoqiang County, Bazhou, Xinjiang. Whenever an electric pump is used to pump water into the ground, the electricity required accounts for almost one-third of the county's electricity generation. In the event of a shortage of power supply, in order to ensure the living electricity of residents in the county, they are often the first customers to be restricted.