The size of PV installed in the first three quarters of 2016 has reached 26GW
In June of this year, the National Energy Bureau came down to the implementation plan of photovoltaic power construction in 2016. In the year, the new photovoltaic power plant was built in 18.1GW, of which the ordinary photovoltaic power station project was 12.6GW, and the photovoltaic leader was planned to be 5.5GW. The scheme does not include the PV poverty alleviation program.
Due to the "630" deadline, the scale of PV construction in China has blowout in the first half of this year. Wang Bohua, the Secretary General of the China Photovoltaic Industry Association, announced in July that the new installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation in China was more than 20GW in the first half of this year, nearly 3 times the same period of last year (7.73GW).
The so-called "630" deadline is derived from the adjustment of PV benchmark electricity prices by the NDRC at the end of 2015. In December 2015, the national development and Reform Commission issued a notice to reduce the price of the three types of solar energy areas in 2016 to 0.80 yuan / kWh, 0.88 yuan / kWh, 0.98 yuan / kWh by 0.90 yuan / kilowatt hours, 0.95 yuan / kilowatt hours, 1 yuan / kWh. The notice called "the photovoltaic power project that was put on record before 2016 and included in the annual scale management but has not been fully delivered before June 30, 2016, and carries out the 2016 Internet benchmarking electricity price." That is to say, the items recorded before 2016 can be implemented before the electricity price is lowered before June 30th. This makes the photovoltaic industry have a "rush to load tide".
"26GW has been completed in the first three quarters of this year, and the industry is expected to finish 30GW for the whole year, and this year's annual target is only 18.1GW." Meng Xiangan said, "this may lead to a series of problems, such as subsidies can not be issued on time, abandoned light and so on."