Chinese photovoltaic enterprises: five or six years will pass before the "bitter days"
the Eighth China (replacing hydraulic oil Jinan) solar energy utilization conference and exhibition was held in Jinan, Shandong Province on the 31st. The bankruptcy of photovoltaic giant "Suntech" triggered the topic of the prospects of the photovoltaic industry. Industry insiders attending the meeting said that Chinese photovoltaic enterprises still have five or six years to live. Relying on the photovoltaic industry chain, according to the rigidity of the test piece, the damping of the test piece and the different weights used, and the development of domestic and international markets, the prospects of the photovoltaic industry are still promising. The 8th China (Jinan) solar energy utilization conference and exhibition was held in Jinan, Shandong Province on the 31st. The bankruptcy of photovoltaic giant Suntech triggered the topic of the prospects of the photovoltaic industry. Industry insiders attending the meeting said that Chinese photovoltaic enterprises still have five or six years to live. Relying on the improvement of the photovoltaic industry chain and the development of domestic and international markets, the prospects of the photovoltaic industry are still promising
at the exhibition site, it was noted that more than 300 enterprises were deployed here to promote. However, participants from well-known solar energy enterprises such as Himin, Renolit and Yingli admitted that solar energy enterprises have had a hard time in the past two years
Liu Jianli, marketing director of Shandong Linuo solar power, told China news service that the bankruptcy of photovoltaic giant Suntech was not an accident, which was closely related to the domestic and foreign photovoltaic environment in terms of transmission control. In 2012, the global solar photovoltaic capacity was 60GW (1GW, that is, gigawatts), but the demand was only 35gw, and the photovoltaic overcapacity was serious. In 2012, China's photovoltaic output was 23gw, but the total domestic installation was only 4.5gw, which was overly dependent on the international market, especially in European and American countries, where the total installation accounted for 75% of the global market. Since 2011, Europe and the United States have successively initiated double anti-dumping and countervailing investigations on China's photovoltaic products, and China's photovoltaic exports are facing great challenges
if Chinese photovoltaic enterprises want to revive, Liu Jia, senior manager of Yingli Shandong company, believes that it is imperative to extend the photovoltaic industry chain and must accelerate the transformation from product manufacturing to terminal applications. Chinese enterprises should also pay attention to brand promotion. Weak equipment R & D capacity
Liu Jianli is full of expectations for the "subsidy standard for distributed photovoltaic power stations" to be launched by the national development and Reform Commission. In his view, the promotion of distributed photovoltaic power generation in China will effectively digest the excess photovoltaic capacity
although insiders are still optimistic about the prospects of the photovoltaic industry, Liu Jianli predicts that Chinese photovoltaic enterprises will have five or six years to live. After all, the major reshuffle of the photovoltaic industry has not been completed, and it will take time to tap potential markets