Why are there only weeds in the garden surrounded

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Why are there only weeds in the garden surrounded by photovoltaic enterprises

according to the survey, in the first two years, many photovoltaic enterprises used the national new energy support policies to encircle the land. For example, in Shanghai, while "land shortage" has forced many enterprises away, there are other photovoltaic enterprises to circle 280 mu of land, while in Wuxi and Changzhou, there are even enterprises that circle land covering thousands of mu. In sharp contrast to the scale of the enclosure and the grand vision of the industrial park, the photovoltaic enterprise with a land area of 280 mu in Shanghai actually uses only one quarter of the land (the operating rate of the plant put into use is even worse), including the part of the plant sublet, and other land is covered with weeds. (21st Century Business Herald, December 16)

insufficient construction can be attributed to the fluctuation of the market environment. The high achievers did not expect the scope and impact of the economic crisis, nor did they rule out the factors such as more difficulties in the initial stage of new energy enterprises and longer reporting period. Even more importantly, this is related to the understanding and judgment of Chinese governments at all levels on the new energy industry, such as technical assistance, project incubation There are deviations in the details of investment support and guidance policies to varying degrees

however, Shanghai and other cities in short supply of land, on the one hand, are "forced" to release mature industrial enterprises far from being eliminated from the catalogue, on the other hand, they sell valuable land resources at a low price. What they are waiting for is weeds everywhere, which can not but trigger a profound reflection on the recruitment of businesses and the corresponding land policies in these places. The "Industrial Park" of the enterprise mentioned in the 21st Century Business Herald, which realizes zero exchange unloading with the upper and middle O-type performance, is located in the Minhang export processing zone in the Shanghai Industrial Comprehensive Development Zone. There is no need to pay any turnover tax in the zone, and there is a customs, which can directly export abroad, Local government officials admitted that "this kind of industrial land is very rare. Ordinary enterprises can meet relevant national and international standards. We will not let them (enter) the processing zone". But now, according to the local government and the enterprises involved as of March 2017, the data of multiple curves can be compared simultaneously by means of translation and comparison; According to the signed investment agreement, as long as the development rate of the latter reaches the bottom line of more than 25%, and the land is used for transfer, lease, mortgage or other economic activities, the former has no right to interfere

On August 26 this year, Premier Wen Jiabao chaired an executive meeting of the State Council to study and deploy measures to curb overcapacity and redundant construction in some industries and guide the healthy development of industries. The photovoltaic industry mentioned in this meeting has already experienced repeated construction and overcapacity in some regions, which has also triggered heated debates within the industry, academia and even between national ministries and commissions. In a tit for tat confrontation with the Ministry of industry and information technology and the national development and Reform Commission, which hold the "surplus theory" and advocate strict regulation, the officials of the Ministry of science and technology refuted that "it is inevitable and necessary to have repeated investment in emerging industries. Otherwise, where will there be competition and progress?" Some media also believe that what makes the country nervous is "excess planning", which is not equivalent to overcapacity

"excess" has a different caliber and the debate is still going on. Now, the problem of "enclosure" is involved. It seems that the phenomenon is chaotic - excess planning of the new energy industry, enclosure of land by enterprises, boosting the inflated production capacity expectation, and raising the price of raw materials in the international market - in fact, the crux is all pointing to one place: driven by political achievements, and then acting blindly

according to previous media reports, when the national policy on new energy construction became clear, many local governments shouted fashionable slogans such as "environmental protection", "low carbon" and "elimination of energy consumption per unit of GDP". Without rigorous and scientific demonstration, they made great leaps in photovoltaic and other industries, developed their development plans quickly, and reached the peak of policy temptation. Some officials even introduced and boasted "investment promotion experience" such as "XX speed" in local media. As long as those who come to invest and set up factories are closely related to photovoltaic and new energy, they will "give a green light" or even "cut first and then play second". They can circle as many places as they want and help them with as many loans as they want. In the end, whether the numerous and diverse "science and Technology Parks", "incubation parks", "industrial parks" and "industrial parks" will be effective, whether they will be strangely transformed into commercial real estate projects, whether they will bring about the phenomenon of continuous weeds in the processing zone as mentioned in the report, and whether the cooperation agreements signed between the government and enterprises will be "too preferential" are not the concerns of the vested interests of this term

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