The hottest industry in Sichuan is to build a phot

2022-08-21
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Sichuan intends to build a photovoltaic industry alliance to expand the industry of 100 billion yuan

on August 2, the EU and China made a reconciliation. China's photovoltaic industry in the quagmire was finally saved from extinction. At the beginning of this month, the country's largest civil photovoltaic power generation project was officially launched in Panzhihua for one month, calling for years to start the domestic photovoltaic terminal market, and finally took a substantive step

on August 2, the EU voted to adopt the China EU photovoltaic price commitment plan; Previously, on July 15, the State Council issued eight national policies to promote the healthy development of photovoltaic industry; On July 24, China imposed temporary anti-dumping duties on solar grade polysilicon from the United States and South Korea. In half a month, China's photovoltaic industry in trouble should take the opportunity to accelerate industrial upgrading

on July 25, Sichuan Provincial Economic and Information Technology Commission took the lead in holding a symposium on the development of polysilicon and photovoltaic industry. Sichuan will establish a photovoltaic industry alliance to strengthen and expand this 100 billion industry

Sichuan enterprises exported to Europe are not included in the list of exemption from anti-dumping duties

from August 6, the price commitment agreement for the Sino EU photovoltaic trade dispute began to be officially implemented, with the price bottom line set at 0.56 euros per watt. At the same time, the annual total amount of photovoltaic products exported from China to Europe shall not exceed 7gw, which is valid until the end of 2015

the European Commission also released a list of 94 photovoltaic enterprises participating in price commitments. From August 6, these 94 enterprises can be exempted from anti-dumping duties on the export of silicon wafers, batteries and modules to the EU. Other uncommitted enterprises exporting the above products to the EU will be subject to anti-dumping duties of 47.6% (uncommitted respondent enterprises) or 67.9% (non respondent enterprises)

it is worth noting that Yingli, Suntech, Savi, Trinasolar, Jinke and other large photovoltaic enterprises all appear on the tax-free list, while as a major province in the photovoltaic industry in the K 2016 exhibition this year, all photovoltaic enterprises in Sichuan Province have not entered the tax-free list

a person in the photovoltaic industry in Sichuan Province said that due to the recession of the whole industry for several consecutive years, only one or two polysilicon enterprises in Sichuan maintained production, while the others were all in the state of equipment maintenance and did not actually produce. These enterprises naturally have no incentive to participate in the anti-dumping investigation. Even among the one or two enterprises that maintain production, take Yongxiang polysilicon, a composite material under Tongwei, which is composed of alumina ceramic nano layer and graphene as an example. The main products are mainly self-sale and domestic sale, and almost do not involve the export business to the European Union. Naturally, it will not participate in the lawsuit. The anonymous person said

as one of the few enterprises in Sichuan that participated in the response, Chengdu Tianwei New Energy Holding Co., Ltd. also participated in the response, but failed to enter the final 94 tax-free list

build a 100 billion industry Sichuan is about to build a photovoltaic industry alliance

data show that Sichuan is one of the provinces with the earliest development of polysilicon and photovoltaic industry. By 2009, seven polysilicon enterprises in the province were put into operation, with a production capacity of 14060 tons, and the actual production of 3078 tons of polysilicon, accounting for about 15.21% of the national production of 20230 tons

in recent years, through the controller of thin film tensile testing machine, Sichuan photovoltaic industry has initially formed an industrial chain covering industrial silicon, polysilicon, monocrystalline silicon, slicing, solar cells, components and the recycling of polysilicon by-products. At present, Sichuan has 14 key photovoltaic enterprises, including 7 polysilicon enterprises, with a polysilicon production capacity of 20000 tons; There are 7 battery and component enterprises, with a silicon chip capacity of about 670mw/year, a solar crystalline silicon battery capacity of 800mw/year, a component capacity of 550mw/year, and an amorphous silicon thin film battery capacity of 360mw/year

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