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Green power distributed photovoltaic power station project



With the increasing depletion of traditional energy on the earth, the energy problem remains to be solved. As an inexhaustible new clean energy, solar energy has gradually become the main new energy in China's future.

At present, solar photovoltaic is widely used in large ground power stations and household distribution. So what is photovoltaic distribution? The so-called distributed photovoltaic refers to the installation of small photovoltaic power generation systems on the roofs and courtyards of family houses or industrial and commercial buildings, and the operation of the system is in the way of "self use and surplus power grid". Germany, Japan and other developed countries mainly focus on distributed photovoltaic, and solve the consumption problem of photovoltaic power generation by means of "self use and grid connection of surplus power", which can also avoid the phenomenon of "abandoning light and limiting power" in large ground power stations.

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Overseas, 20% of Australia's households have installed photovoltaic power generation systems, 50% of Germany's households have installed photovoltaic power generation systems, and 80% of Japan's photovoltaic power stations have been built on individual homes. In China, although there are 200 million independent houses and 5 million villas, only less than 1% of them are installed with photovoltaic power generation systems. The utilization rate of new energy is still very low, and there is still much room for photovoltaic power generation in the domestic market. Germany, China and Japan are the top three countries in the world in terms of installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation.

Comparison of government subsidies at home and abroad

Germany: encourage self use. In the policy of Germany in 2013, photovoltaic power generation systems below 500KW can adopt the policy of "self use, surplus power online"; The system larger than 500kW shall implement the policy of "on grid price". No subsidy will be given for projects above 2MW. Distributed power generation in Germany experienced explosive growth from 2008 to 2010, and the installed capacity of distributed power generation in Germany accounted for 75% of photovoltaic power generation in 2013.

Japan: The rapid development of photovoltaic power generation in Japan is due to its high feed in tariff subsidy policy. The feed in tariff of residents is up to 42 yen, equivalent to 2.57 yuan. Japan's high subsidies for new energy are mainly due to the Fukushima nuclear power crisis in 2011, so the Japanese people and government are particularly in need of new energy. Major events such as the 2020 Summer Olympics have also promoted Japan's solar energy development. However, in recent years, Japan has gradually lowered the grid subsidy electricity price.

The United States: As a developed country, the United States government's support for solar power generation, as long as it is still in the investment environment, includes preferential policies such as investment tax returns, accelerated depreciation, and direct investment subsidies.

China: In 2013, China issued the Notice of the National Development and Reform Commission on Exerting Price Leverage to Promote the Healthy Development of the Photovoltaic Industry, which clearly stipulates that the electricity subsidy for photovoltaic power generation is 0.42 yuan per kilowatt hour, unchanged in principle for 20 years. The electricity selling prices of three types of photovoltaic power generation resource areas are also determined.

However, the proportion of distributed photovoltaic power generation in the photovoltaic power generation market in China is quite different from that in other countries. The proportion of distributed photovoltaic installed capacity in China is far lower than that in foreign countries.

Due to different national conditions, the proportion of distributed photovoltaic power generation is naturally different. For China, the market needs to develop rapidly in a distributed way, and distributed markets do have a lot of room for development. Next, it is only the user's choice.