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The Australian photovoltaic market may usher in development opportunities

China, the global photovoltaic production base, is experiencing a "winter night" from a "raging fire" in the past

overseas, photovoltaic enterprises have encountered shrinking demand and "double anti" trade war in the traditional European and American markets; In addition, the promotion of photovoltaic power generation is under the realistic pressure of difficulty and high power generation cost. However, with the "explosive" development in recent years, China's photovoltaic industry has prominent overcapacity. How to "drain" the excess capacity to emerging markets has attracted the attention of the photovoltaic industry

analysts pointed out that the Australian market has inherent resource advantages, good policy environment and leading R & D strength, and may become a position for Chinese photovoltaic enterprises to invest overseas

good investment environment, industrial blank brings opportunities to Chinese enterprises

Australia is one of the few countries with abundant light resources that do not eliminate the method: take out the plunger and polish it again. There is about 58million Pico joules of solar radiation every year, which is equivalent to 10000 times the annual energy consumption of the whole country, and the solar radiation rate per square meter is more than 80%

in order to give full play to its resource advantages and implement its emission reduction actions on climate change, the Australian government has adjusted its renewable energy target to: by 2020, 20% of Australia's electricity supply will come from renewable energy. At the same time, by 2050, Australia will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% at the 2000 emission level

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however, according to the Australian Trade Commission, 78% of Australia's electricity capacity comes from coal, 15% from natural gas, and only 1% of wind and solar energy

Wang Hengyan, investment Commissioner of the Australian Trade Commission, said that in order to expand the application scope of solar energy, the Australian government has divided solar energy areas in university campuses, industrial parks and other places, requiring that all electricity in the area must come from photovoltaic power generation

in terms of government financial support, last year, the Australian government established a clean energy finance company, with a government injection of $10billion, mainly investing in the development of clean energy technology. This year, the Australian government established the renewable energy agency and injected a $3.2 billion fund to support clean energy projects

although the Australian government plans to vigorously develop the photovoltaic industry and has given support policies, including financial subsidies to photovoltaic R & D institutions, the Australian photovoltaic industry is blank

"since there are few photovoltaic production enterprises in Australia, Chinese enterprises will not face competition with local enterprises in Australia and will not produce trade frictions similar to the" double anti "in Europe and the United States. At the same time, because Australia has world-leading R & D technologies and institutions in the photovoltaic industry, Chinese enterprises can cooperate with them in R & D projects." Wang Hengyan said

difficulties and local overcapacity form the fetter of entering Australia

Wang Hengyan said that the "difficulties" encountered by Chinese photovoltaic enterprises in the mainland also exist in Australia

technically speaking, the power quality of photovoltaic power generation is not high. Power companies have high requirements for the relative stability of power supply, while the predictability of photovoltaic power generation affected by weather changes is low and the reliability is insufficient. Relatively speaking, the traditional power technology is mature, the frequency of the power system is stable, and photovoltaic enterprises do not have advantages in mergers

in addition, the power supply of major large and medium-sized cities in Australia has been in surplus. It is reported that from 2009 to 2010, in order to encourage the development of photovoltaic power generation systems, the Australian government gave a subsidy of $6000 to households installing roof solar energy. According to the statistics of the Australian Trade Commission, by the end of 2010, the roof solar energy production capacity of New South Wales had accounted for 39% of the total installed capacity, and that of Queensland had accounted for 24%. The rapid development of photovoltaic power generation system not only has an impact on traditional power generation, but also directly overflows a large amount of photovoltaic power generation capacity

in addition, many clean energy projects in Australia are stagnant at present, and the crux is that they have not reached an agreement on electricity prices with power companies. The Australian electricity company is in a monopoly position, and the power generation enterprises have little bargaining power, so it is difficult for photovoltaic power production enterprises to make profits. Wang Hengyan said

"the electricity price in Australia is complex and changes every second; the Australian electricity company requires whether the overflow valve piston is dead or installed reversely, and the power enterprise merges by bidding, so it is difficult for the power enterprise to reach a fixed electricity price with the power company." Deng Juan, regional manager of the International Business Department of China Wind Power Group Co., Ltd., said

leaving photovoltaic projects may be a breakthrough for Chinese enterprises to enter Australia

for a long time, the problem of "merger" has been the concern that restricts photovoltaic enterprises from investing. Therefore, as one of the difficult solutions, photovoltaic power generation is valued by many photovoltaic enterprises

"leaving photovoltaic power generation is a good way to bypass it and give full play to its advantages. In terms of mobility and independence of power generation, photovoltaic power generation has advantages that all traditional energy power stations do not have." Zhuochuang information photovoltaic analyst Wang Min said

at the same time, due to the geographical conditions of Australia, which is vast and sparsely populated, power generation is the best choice for photovoltaic enterprises to invest in Australia

"the distribution of Australian cities is relatively scattered. Except for a few larger cities with relatively concentrated population, the consumption caused by power transmission in other regions is very uneconomical due to the sparse population. Therefore, Western Australia and Northern Territory are not connected to the national power market and can only use diesel or natural gas for power generation." Wang Hengyan said, "but now the Australian government stipulates that 20% of the power generation must be clean energy, and wind power generation has high requirements for the geographical environment, which cannot be achieved in many places, so photovoltaic solar energy has great potential. Therefore, Chinese photovoltaic enterprises can consider projects in central Australia."

Wang Min said that compared with combined power generation, the investment in power generation is small and the effect is fast. Its components are relatively simple. It is composed of three parts: solar cell module, controller and battery. Therefore, the construction time is relatively fast. The time from installation to operation depends on its quantities, ranging from one day to two months

from a technical point of view, Deng Juan's watch releases very little heat during combustion, which is similar to the power generation technology, and there is no technical bottleneck. Zhonghua glass () Department

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