China Southern Power Grid (CSG) projected Monday that April and May would likely face a power shortage of 13 million kilowatts as it expects peak electricity demand on its grid to rise 9 percent this year, Global Times reported. 
Guangdong Province, Guizhou Province and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region will suffer electricity shortages throughout the year, CSG said. Yunnan Province is expected to experience seasonal power shortages, and Hainan Province could see shortages during peak hours. CSG also predicted that coal shortages will hurt thermal power generation in Guangxi, Guizhou and Yunnan, the newspaper said.
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