On August 18, the power equipment sector continued to be strong< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > by the end of the day, the power equipment sector had risen 0.86% to 12512.48 points, up 7.18% compared with the closing on August 12< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > as for the continuous rise of the power equipment sector, the insiders analyzed that it was mainly caused by three factors: first, high temperature weather occurred frequently, power use entered the peak period, and power supply and reserve related sectors benefited; Second, the 2022 inflation reduction act will help the domestic wind power and photovoltaic industry export and boost long-term demand; Third, the wind power sector ushered in favorable policies< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > Zhang Lei, chief analyst of new energy for electric power equipment of Zheshang securities, told reporters that the increasing demand for electric power under high temperature reflects the tension of energy supply. On the one hand, it will test the power transmission capacity and stability of the power grid. On the other hand, the high-energy consumption sector is produced in an orderly manner, and the supply is limited and it is difficult to meet the demand. Relevant sectors can focus on< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > “according to the experts of the Meteorological Bureau, the high temperature will last until the end of this month in the short term, but the intensity and frequency of global high temperature weather will increase in the future.” Zhao Yuanyuan, investment director of Jianhong times, told reporters that on the one hand, it means that energy infrastructure related industries such as clean energy, power grid and power trading, energy storage, heat pump and energy technology will usher in global development opportunities for a long time in the future. On the other hand, the long-term shortage of electricity will lead to the seasonal price increase of traditional energy, energy consumption and resource-based products, which may bring short-term participation opportunities< br>