From：Serve (Xiamen) New Energy Co., Ltd. Release time：2019-01-22
Overview："At present, the support policy of national photovoltaic power generation is inclined to distributed obviously, but due to small and scattered distributed projects, complex construction, especially unstable electricity revenue expectations, the yield of power generation is not as good as that of large-scale ground power stations in the west. Most investors, especially state-owned enterprises and large investment companies, prefer the latter, and it is difficult to obtain a ticket for ground power stations."
"At present, the support policy of national photovoltaic power generation is inclined to distributed obviously, but due to small and scattered distributed projects, complex construction, especially unstable electricity revenue expectations, the yield of power generation is not as good as that of large-scale ground power stations in the west. Most investors, especially state-owned enterprises and large investment companies, prefer the latter, and it is difficult to obtain a ticket for ground power stations."
The remarks made by Changsha Xiaolin, director of Nantong Johnson Photoelectric Technology Co., Ltd., at the 8th SNEC (2014) International Forum on Solar Energy Industry and Photovoltaic Engineering (Shanghai) on the 20th, highlighted the current situation that the distributed policy of the photovoltaic industry is favored and the explosion of ground power stations is blocked.
This forced the National Energy Agency to take action. Reporters from the Economic Reference Daily (Weibo) learned that since April, the National Energy Administration has organized many meetings to solicit policy fine-tuning opinions. While demanding solutions to the problems of distributed photovoltaic financing and subsidies, the voice of increasing the installed target of large photovoltaic power plants has come back.
In the past year and a half, the state has issued a series of policies to support photovoltaic, among which distributed photovoltaic is listed as the development focus. According to the "Several Opinions on Promoting the Healthy Development of Photovoltaic Industry" issued on July 15, 2013, China will build 14GW photovoltaic power plants in 2014, including 6GW large-scale ground power plants, and the remaining 8GW will be realized through distributed generation.
But the market does not seem to buy. According to the latest report issued by the General Institute of Hydropower and Water Conservancy Design and Research of China, although the distributed annual construction guidance issued by the state to many provinces, districts and municipalities at the beginning of this year is generally large, as of the first quarter, no new distributed projects have been registered in most areas. Among them, Shandong, Zhejiang and other distribute photovoltaic provinces are developing at a very low speed.
"According to the current schedule, it is very difficult to achieve the goal of 8GW." Many people in the industry, including Zhu Gongshan, chairman of the board of directors of Baoli Xiexin Energy, admit that many problems, such as low electricity prices, unstable investment income expectations, difficult roofs and financing difficulties, make enterprises choose to wait and see more.
In contrast, the ground power station seems to have a better "Qian Jing". The reporter of Economic Reference Daily learned at the exhibition that large-scale ground photovoltaic power plants are large and easy to manage, and the current profit model is relatively mature. Especially in the western region where solar energy resources are abundant, the average rate of return on investment during the 25-year period of stable operation of power plants is between 8% and 10%, and the bank's financial support for large-scale ground power plants is also greater, which makes it include five. Developers of large power plants, including large power generation groups, are fond of large-scale power plants, and the share of large-scale ground power plants is competing fiercely.
In order to ensure the completion of this year's distributed photovoltaic power generation target, the State Energy Administration and other departments are planning to adjust and improve on the basis of previous policies. At the end of April, the State Energy Administration, together with representatives of the National Development Bank, the Central Bank and other financial institutions and photovoltaic enterprises, will discuss ways to resolve the "financing difficulties" of investing in distributed photovoltaic. Other research work is also under way.
"With the improvement of relevant policies in June, the development of distributed photovoltaics is expected to improve." Wang Jin, director of the International Energy Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) National Center, said. But in the view of Zhu Gongshan and other business people, the progress of distributed photovoltaic will not be very fast this year. "At the end of this month, there will be a meeting of government departments on photovoltaic, we will suggest that the state adjust the target of photovoltaic power installation and increase the quota of ground power plants."
This is not the first time such a request has been made. In November 2013, the National Energy Administration solicited opinions on the installed scale of photovoltaic power generation in 2014. The target was 12GW, distributed 8GW and ground power station 4GW. When it was released, the target of ground power station was increased to 6GW, which was due to the great demand of the provinces for the quota of ground power station.
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