Bloomberg reports on the matter

This is arguably to relieve the pressure set to be faced by households going into winter, as a power crunch is likely to see outages take place and soaring electricity prices come about - which adds to the burden for consumers at this point in time.

Just something to take note of in the weeks ahead in case there is concrete steps taken by Chinese authorities in dealing with the energy crisis.

But again, this risks weighing on activity elsewhere and may limit business output so there is a fine balance that needs to be struck when introducing such measures.