剪歌器下载 mp3剪歌器下载，新概念英语网英语新闻推荐阅读：An unprecedented diesel shortage is sweeping through Chinese cities, as numerous enterprises have to resort to diesel fuel to generate electricity to continue operation during periods of forced power outages.
Some local governments are rushing to switch off electricity as part of their commitment to the central government on energy conservation and emissions reductions.
However, the blackouts have apparently led to the linking effect of the diesel shortage. Long queues of cars and even "Sold-out" signs at gas stations are increasingly common scenes in many cities.
Additionally, the market monitoring of the China Chamber of Commerce for the Petroleum Industry has acknowledged that more than 2,000 privately-owned gas stations in southern China had shut down due to their not having diesel fuel to sell.
In the industrial-centralized and developed regions, such as the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta, hundreds of gas stations are awaiting diesel deliveries.
"I have been to dozens of stations around the city today. This is the only one with diesel for sale, but only a half-tank for each truck," a long haul truck driver, surnamed Huang, said in Ningbo, east China's Zhejiang province.
In spite of the critical limitation, Huang had waited for hours in the queue extending some 500 meters.
"It is not strange to us, long queues or days-long waiting comes along on our journey across many provinces such as Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Hubei," Huang said, because of the use of diesel generators by local enterprises.
During the period of the 11th Five-Year Plan (2006-2010), China sought to reduce energy consumption per GDP unit by 20 percent.
In the first four years of the 11th five-year plan, a 15.6 percent reduction (compared to between year 2005 and year 2009) was reached. But energy consumption per unit of GDP increased 0.09 percent in the first half of 2010, year on year.
In a hurry to meet their regional targets assigned by the central government, many local governments chose the blackout method for enterprises in the remaining two months. This method quickly spread to many provinces around China.
In Wenzhou city of Zhejiang Province, with China's most prosperous private economy, power supplies for some enterprises will be cut for two to four days following one day with electricity.