In recent years, China's economy has been developing rapidly, and Inner Mongolia's industrial economy has also been growing. With the development of The Times, the sustainable development of traditional industries must adapt to the trend of The Times, constantly explore and innovate, and march towards the new-type.
In Inner Mongolia, fine chemicals have transformed the traditional coal industry. In the industrial park of tuke town, wuxun banner, stand three huge white coal turnover canisters of zhonghe tianchuang. Black coal enters the device, passes through a series of pipes and comes out at the other end as colorless, odorless, food-grade plastic.
Since the 12th five-year plan, Inner Mongolia has strengthened the transformation of coal and the development of coal-based chemical industry. Coal chemical industry, fluorine chemical industry, chlor-alkali chemical industry (600618), fine chemical industry and coal-electric-utility integrated industrial chain have been gradually established.
The traditional industry integrates the scientific and technological content and gradually goes to the high-end; As the industrial system moves toward modernization and modernization, excess capacity will be eliminated. Compared with 2012, the region's raw coal output decreased from 1.07 billion tons to 850 million tons in 2016, the conversion rate of raw coal increased from 25% to 34%, the output of rare earth separation products increased from 29,000 tons to 50,000 tons, and the local conversion rate of rare earth increased from 34% to 50%.
At the same time, Inner Mongolia encourages coal, electric power, chemical and metallurgical enterprises to carry out restructuring, improve the level of clean use of coal, vigorously develop fine chemicals, increase the rate of resource conversion and product added value; We will actively promote "Internet plus manufacturing" to invigorate the traditional equipment manufacturing industry. We will carry out green transformation of traditional industries and encourage enterprises to develop a circular economy.
In a short period of five years, Inner Mongolia has gradually become the largest modern coal chemical industry base in China, and successively put into production several global and national first set of modern coal chemical equipment projects (production lines), employing more than 100 core technologies with independent intellectual property rights. At present, Inner Mongolia ranks first in terms of coal, coal-to-oil and coal-to-natural gas production capacity, installed power generation capacity and electricity transmission capacity.