State Electricity Regulatory Commission

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State Electricity Regulatory Commission
国家电力监管委员会
guójiā diànlì jiānguǎn wěiyuánhuì
Agency overview
Formed2003
Jurisdiction People's Republic of China
HeadquartersBeijing
Agency executive
  • Wang Xudong, Chairman
Websitewww.serc.gov.cn/

State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC, Chinese: 国家电力监管委员会; pinyin: guójiā diànlì jiānguǎn wěiyuánhuì) was a government agency responsible for the administration and regulation of the electricity and power industry in the People's Republic of China.[1] This includes regulating the development of electricity markets, advising the National Development Reform Commission on the setting tariffs, while NDRC actually sets the tariffs, transmission, distribution, safety standards, technical standards, business licenses, environmental laws and development of the industry.[2] Its functions were later folded into the National Energy Administration.

List of Chairs[edit]

  1. Chai Songyue (March 2003 - December 2006)
  2. You Quan (December 2006 - April 2008)
  3. Wang Xudong (April 2008 - June 2011)
  4. Wu Xinxiong (June 2011 - March 2013)

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