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Heating Supply and Utilization Statistics in the Cities of China

  (Year 2010 Data and Year 2011 Publication)

Description:
This is an annual statistics published in December 2011 by the authoritative Chinese government agency, covering the data in 2010.  The data is provided by the each city of 31 provinces and autonomous regions, and municipality direct under the central government.  Total cities in China in 2010 is 657.   This is an exclusively authoritative statistics in China regarding heating supply and utilization in the Chinese cities.
Table of Content:
Total Heating Supply in the Each City
Steam
       Total Heating Supply Capacity
       Co-generation Plant Heating Supply Capacity
       Boiler House Heating Supply Capacity
       Actual Total Heating Supply
       Actual Co-generation Plant Heating Supply
       Actual boiler House Heating Supply
       Heating Distribution Pipeline Length
Hot Water
       Total Heating Supply Capacity
       Co-generation Plant Heating Supply Capacity
       Boiler House Heating Supply Capacity
       Actual Total Heating Supply
       Actual Co-generation Plant Heating Supply
       Actual boiler House Heating Supply
       Heating Distribution Pipeline Length
Heating Supplied Total Building Square Footage
Heating Supplied Residential Building Square Footage
Reference Accounts:
      This statistics is a key and basic data source for heating supply, demand, and market analysis in China.  You can find which areas with heating supply and which cities without heating supply.  The cities without heating supply does not mean they do not need heating.  Many southern cities are very cool in the winter and don't have centralized heating supply system.  These southern cities provide a huge new heating appliance market, such as electric heating radiator, heating air condition, and other independent heating facilities.  This statistics is a must-have data for the heating equipment manufacturers and marketers to enter the Chinese heating market.
     As coal has been gradually replaced by natural gas to be the fuel for the heating supplied by co-generation plants and boiler houses.  As these heating facilities consumes much more natural gas than cooking and shower which now consumes most natural gas in the Chinese cities, so this heating statistics also give a detailed picture for future natural gas market in the Chinese cities.  Natural gas developers, operators, and natural gas equipment manufacturers also can find valuable market information from this statistics.
 
Publication: December 2011
Excel Format
Language: English
Price: US$ 97
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