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Energy consumption in manufacture of artwork and other manufacturing in China goes down in 2015

According to data issued by China National Statistical Office, the variable slightly dropped by 4.11% compared with the prior year. Energy consumption hardly diminished by 71.56 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent, in contrast to the previous year when it rose by 8.97%. China saw a increase of 21.34% in energy consumption over the past 16 years. In comparison to its average, the energy consumption is now greater as the mean equals 1 456.11 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent and the indicator demonstrates a slight overall growth since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 1 740.56 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent in 2014 and record low of 1 191.95 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent in 2004.

Energy consumption in manufacture of artwork and other manufacturing in China goes down in 2015
Date Ten Thousand Tons Of Standard Coal Equivalent Variation
2015 1 669.00 -4.11
2014 1 740.56 8.97
2013 1 597.33 -1.18
2012 1 616.47 -1.55
2011 1 641.89 9.09
2010 1 505.08 6.46
2009 1 413.73 0.86
2008 1 401.72 5.89
2007 1 323.74 -1.94
2006 1 349.93 1.46

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