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Photovoltaic subsidy standards will be determined in a market-oriented way
On January 28, it was learned that the new installed capacity of pv power generation in 2018 was 44.26 million kw, second only to that in 2017 and the second highest in history. Among them, the centralized power station and distributed photovoltaic added 23.3 million kilowatts and 20.96 million kilowatts respectively. By the end of December 2018, China's installed photovoltaic power generation capacity reached 174 million kilowatts, an increase of 34 percent year-on-year, including 123.84 million kilowatts of centralized power stations and 50.61 million kilowatts of distributed photovoltaic power.
In 2019, the national energy administration will continue to promote the development of photovoltaic industry with the focus on promoting high-quality development of photovoltaic power generation, and maintain the reasonable development scale and pace of the photovoltaic industry. To further improve the construction management of photovoltaic power generation, according to the actual industrial development, the development of photovoltaic power generation in 2019 will be divided into two parts: one is the photovoltaic power generation project that does not need state subsidies, and the other is the photovoltaic power generation project that needs state subsidies.
"For photovoltaic power generation projects that need state subsidies, except for those that are specially supported by national policies, in principle, construction projects and subsidy standards shall be determined through market-oriented competition. At present, we are working with the energy bureau and relevant departments to study the specific policies, which will be released as soon as possible. Li chuangjun, deputy director of the new and renewable energy department of the national energy administration, said that for photovoltaic power generation projects that do not need state subsidies, local governments should organize construction by themselves on the premise that they meet management requirements such as planning and market environment monitoring and evaluation, and that they implement network connection and consumption.
On January 9, the national development and reform commission (NDRC) and the national energy administration (nea) jointly issued the "notice on actively promoting the work of wind power and photovoltaic power generation on the Internet without subsidies", and the wind power and photovoltaic industry ushered in the first power generation parity online policy. The document stipulates that affordable and low-cost Internet access projects will not be subject to annual construction scale limits.
Xu guoxin, deputy director of the general institute of water resources planning, explained that the notice requires local governments to support land use and land-related fees to avoid unreasonable fees, but due to the lack of follow-up rewards and punishment measures, the expected results may be discounted. For the first time, green certificates were issued for affordable projects, and the support was stronger than previous policies. The network connection project, nearby transaction and implementation of electricity price policy are expected to achieve better results than the historical practice. For the first time, the consumption policy proposes to compensate the power limit by giving priority to the power generation plan, but the operation is a little complicated, which is the focus of the follow-up implementation. He said that by 2020, photovoltaic power stations in most parts of the country will have access to the Internet without subsidies.