Rules on the use of power transmission lines are being reviewed in order to accelerate the expansion of renewable power generation, aiming to shift away from a dependence on coal and reduce carbon emissions amid global criticism, officials said Wednesday.
Under the current rules, distribution of electricity generated by coal-fired thermal power is prioritized and the limited capacity of the cables makes adding new connections for renewable power supplies difficult.
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