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Looking forward to 2016: How to deploy photovoltaic and wind power in the 13th Five-Year Plan?

Looking forward to 2016: How to deploy photovoltaic and wind power in the 13th Five-Year Plan?

(Summary description)2015, as the closing year of the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan", is also an unusual year in the history of China's new energy development.

Looking forward to 2016: How to deploy photovoltaic and wind power in the 13th Five-Year Plan?

(Summary description)2015, as the closing year of the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan", is also an unusual year in the history of China's new energy development.

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2015, as the closing year of the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan", is also an unusual year in the history of China's new energy development. This year, the grid-connected wind power and photovoltaic installed capacity both stood at a new high point in the world; photovoltaic leader demonstration bases, solar thermal power generation, new energy micro-grids, photovoltaic poverty alleviation and other forms of new energy development were splendid. However, in the context of economic restructuring, speed-up shifting, new installed capacity and new highs, "abandoning wind" and "abandoning solar energy" have once again become an unbearable "growth pain" for new energy development. The "Thirteenth Five-Year Plan" is an important period for comprehensively deepening reforms, promoting energy production and consumption revolution, and accelerating energy transition. China's new energy industry in the era of change needs to stand at a new starting point, seize opportunities, and achieve new breakthroughs. Five Highlights of China's New Energy Development in 2015 In 2015, the state further adjusted and improved the new energy industry policy, actively promoted innovation and demonstration of new energy, explored new ways of new energy development, and created a new situation in my country's new energy development. In 2015, the development of new energy in my country showed five highlights.

Highlight 1: PV grid-connected installed capacity has reached a new high. It is expected to surpass Germany and become the world's number one by the end of 2015

Since 2015, with the further increase of national support, the cost of photovoltaic power generation has decreased, the demand for photovoltaic power at home and abroad has been strong, and the investment in photovoltaic power plants has been enthusiastic. In the first three quarters of 2015, the total output value of my country's photovoltaic manufacturing industry exceeded 200 billion yuan, and the profitability of photovoltaic companies has improved significantly. The average gross profit margin of the top ten module companies exceeded 15%, and most companies turned losses into profits. Unit investment in photovoltaic power stations continues to decline, the price of photovoltaic modules has dropped below about 4 yuan/watt, the development and construction cost of photovoltaic power stations has dropped to about 6-7 yuan/watt, and the profitability of power stations has increased significantly. Almost all of the top 20 component manufacturers nationwide are involved in downstream power station development business. From January to September 2015, the cumulative installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation nationwide was 37.95 million kilowatts, a year-on-year increase of 161%. Among them, photovoltaic power plants were 31.7 million kilowatts, distributed photovoltaics were 6.25 million kilowatts, and the cumulative installed capacity was 9.9 million kilowatts. In September, in order to support the construction of photovoltaic power stations in new energy demonstration cities and green energy demonstration counties, the National Energy Administration increased the construction scale of photovoltaic power stations in some areas in 2015. So far, the construction scale of new photovoltaic power stations in 2015 issued by the National Energy Administration has reached 23.1 million kilowatts. According to preliminary calculations, by the end of 2015, my country’s installed photovoltaic power generation capacity exceeded 40 million kilowatts, and it is expected to surpass Germany to become the world’s largest photovoltaic power generation country.

Highlight 2: Start the construction of solar thermal power generation demonstration projects

Affected by factors such as resource conditions and the lack of an on-grid tariff policy for CSP benchmarking,