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Industrial coal, fuel source to meet the needs of production and energy development

by Han Nguyen Marketing executive
Than công nghiệp is one of the main fuel sources, helping to maintain and develop the country's economic energy source. This source of fuel will be officially provided to coal power plants to operate, in order to maintain sustainability and stability for long-term power production purposes. Besides, than công nghiệp is also used in the fields of metallurgical industry, producing cement steel with high efficiency.
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Than công nghiệp plays an important role in maintaining and ensuring the stability of supply for operating coal power plants. The total annual electricity produced from coal is very large, accounting for the majority of the total electricity market share.
The proportion of coal used is increasing year by year, a remarkable growth compared to the previous years. With the current coal supply and import policies, the coal industry has met and exceeded the set targets.
In 2019, coal is considered one of the three main sources of energy supply, contributing to the country's development trajectory and avoiding energy imbalances for economic activities and joint business. .
The situation of than công nghiệp mining is positive, all coal mines are used in addition to domestic coal, in order to maximize fire efficiency and reduce business and transport costs. subsequent purchases.
In the first 8 months of 2019, the amount of coal used was nearly 32 million tons, up 14%. The amount of coal imported and consumed is higher than the year plan. And in 2019, Vietnam exports commercial coal with 2 million tons.
In general, summarizing for the demand for coal, the units selling than công nghiệp focus on deploying at high speed, in order to timely supply coal to consumers.

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