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Next step to promote the merger and reorganization of photovoltaic enterprises
2015-10-13

Huaijinpeng, Vice Minister of the Ministry of industry and information technology, said in Beijing today that the output of 1-9 moonlight volt battery modules this year was 31GW, an increase of 32% year on year, and about 10.5GW of new grid connected photovoltaic installed capacity was added. The data of gross profit rate and polysilicon of component enterprises show that the photovoltaic industry continues to improve, but faces problems such as industrial structure optimization and technology upgrading. Therefore, the Ministry of industry and information technology will continue to promote the construction of industry norms, the merger and reorganization of photovoltaic enterprises, and technological innovation.

He made the above statement at the opening ceremony of 2015 China Photovoltaic Conference and Exhibition (pvcec) Co sponsored by China Photovoltaic Industry Association, China Renewable Energy Society, renewable energy special committee of China Circular Economy Association, national renewable energy center and CCID Research Institute of the Ministry of industry and information technology on 13th,October.

According to reports, since 2015, China's photovoltaic industry has continued to recover. From January to September, China's polysilicon output reached 107000 tons, an increase of 9.1% year-on-year, and the output of battery components reached 31GW, an increase of 32% year-on-year. The newly added grid connected photovoltaic installed capacity was about 10.5GW, with an accumulated installed capacity of more than 38GW. China's 18 polysilicon enterprises have achieved full production, and the average gross margin of the top 10 module enterprises has exceeded 15%.

At the same time, he said that while the production and operation of the industry are getting better, the development of the photovoltaic industry still faces the following problems: first, the industrial structure still needs to be optimized, the concentration of industries such as batteries and components needs to be further improved; second, the investment in technology research and development is insufficient, the technical route is single, the new technology and new product reserves are insufficient; third, the industry is facing financing difficulties, the debt burden of enterprises is heavy, and the bank The phenomenon that banks are reluctant to lend and limited to lend is common, and the financing cost of enterprises is high. Fourth, the system and mechanism of grid connection of photovoltaic power generation and electricity price subsidy still need to be further studied and improved to straighten out the application end problems.

In order to solve the above problems, the Ministry of industry and information technology will focus on the following work: first, continue to implement the photovoltaic manufacturing industry specifications and conditions, promote the industry specifications and power station construction, subsidies, credit extension, export tax rebate and other work to strengthen collaborative linkage; second, implement the opinions on further optimizing the market environment of photovoltaic enterprise merger and reorganization, guide and To promote the voluntary merger and reorganization of photovoltaic enterprises and enhance the industrial concentration; third, to continue to support photovoltaic enterprises to carry out key process technology innovation and forward-looking basic research and improve the core competitiveness of the industry. Fourth, we will work with relevant departments to continue to improve the construction of supporting systems for industrial development, strengthen the construction of standards, testing and certification systems, optimize the grid connection of photovoltaic power generation and electricity price subsidy mechanism, break the division of domestic photovoltaic market and local protectionism, deal with international trade disputes, and strengthen international industrial cooperation.


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