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PV Industry Enters The Spring — Steel Ground Solar Structure From China

From:Serve (Xiamen) New Energy Co., Ltd.     Release time:2019-02-15

Overview:Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has repeatedly put forward new policies to boost the photovoltaic industry, making it clear that the new ground power stations will be subdivided into benchmark stations with a minimum price of 0.9 yuan/degree, distributed photovoltaic power stations will be subsidized with a power subsidy of 0.42 yuan, and renewable energy additions will also rise from 8 centimeters to 15 centimeters. The market believes that this subsidy is stronger than the industry expected, will greatly stimulate the domestic demand market, domestic photovoltaic enterprises will soon spend the winter. However, the author believes that whether the current situation of overcapacity can be truly digested and China's photovoltaic domestic demand market can be revived still needs timely follow-up from various aspects.

Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has repeatedly put forward new policies to boost the photovoltaic industry, making it clear that the new ground power stations will be subdivided into benchmark stations with a minimum price of 0.9 yuan/degree, distributed photovoltaic power stations will be subsidized with a power subsidy of 0.42 yuan, and renewable energy additions will also rise from 8 centimeters to 15 centimeters. The market believes that this subsidy is stronger than the industry expected, will greatly stimulate the domestic demand market, domestic photovoltaic enterprises will soon spend the winter. However, the author believes that whether the current situation of overcapacity can be truly digested and China's photovoltaic domestic demand market can be revived still needs timely follow-up from various aspects.


As we all know, the overcapacity of China's photovoltaic industry is a difficult problem. Over the past two years, the "double-negative" policies of the United States and the European Union aimed at China's photovoltaic industry have landed one after another, forcing a tremendous adjustment in the export market structure and a sharp shrinkage in the overseas market. Data show that China's photovoltaic industry currently has 40 million kilowatts of capacity; this year's National Energy Conference also proposed a total installed capacity of 10 million kilowatts of photovoltaic power throughout the year, and even if this goal is fully achieved, in the context of the sharp shrinkage of the overseas market, there is a lot of capacity to find their own way out. Moreover, with the market warming up and the price of photovoltaic products rising again, the shrinking enterprises are likely to return to the market to participate in competition, and the problem of overcapacity still exists, which can not be underestimated.

Steel Ground Solar Structure From China

Although the government hopes to guide the orderly withdrawal of excess capacity through policies, the majority of photovoltaic enterprises in China are private capital. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which is responsible for overcapacity, hopes to solve the problem of overcapacity by reducing administrative approval and raising the access threshold. However, these measures can only restrain the excess capacity growth in the future, but can not digest the current overcapacity. At present, China's photovoltaic industry does not have an effective mechanism for enterprises to withdraw. I am afraid that the situation of overcapacity will continue for some time.


In addition, photovoltaic tariff subsidies related policies have been introduced, but if these subsidies can not reach the hands of enterprises in time, the capital chain of enterprises has always been a potential threat. Taking photovoltaic power plants as an example, the investment of photovoltaic power plants up to tens of millions of Yuan requires enterprises to raise part of their own funds for construction and operation, and the grid companies to distribute electricity charges to enterprises need to be strictly audited by the Development and Reform Commission and the relevant financial departments, usually more than half a year before they are issued to enterprises, which has a great impact on the operation of enterprises. The result of this effect in the industrial chain is that enterprises producing photovoltaic modules are also facing financial difficulties.


The author believes that a series of policies, such as classified regional benchmark tariff, distributed photovoltaic tariff and additional increase of renewable energy, issued by the state, are mutually reinforcing. Whether the domestic demand market of photovoltaic industry can really stimulate the digestion of excess capacity and realize the healthy and healthy development of photovoltaic industry depends on whether the capacity matches the demand, and whether the relevant supporting systems can follow up in time, such as the timely availability of electricity price subsidies.


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