Slow issuance of the hottest road strips slows dow

2022-09-21
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The issuance of "roadstrips" is slow. The investment and construction of photovoltaic ground power stations in China has slowed down.

yesterday, it was learned from a number of companies that the current situation of ground power stations is not as optimistic as expected. The slow issuance of "road strips" for ground-based power stations, difficult access to land and high supporting investment are all challenges. At the beginning of this year, the national energy administration set a target of 6Gw for photovoltaic ground power stations. At the same time, ground power stations also enjoy a higher price policy than distributed power stations. However, it was learned from a number of companies yesterday that the current situation of ground power stations is not as optimistic as expected. It is a challenge to increase the depth of the hardened layer to 1.5 times of the original due to the slow distribution of road strips, difficult access to land and high supporting investment of the ground power station

although some ground-based power stations have not received road strips (relevant approvals), they are already purchasing raw materials and making preparations, but the distribution speed of road strips is slower than expected, so the construction speed has decreased again. A senior executive of Jingke Energy said that the slow issuance of road strips may be related to the institutional personnel adjustment of the national energy administration. Recently, several senior executives of the national energy administration, including the leaders of the renewable energy department, are under investigation. Although some positions may have been filled, it will still affect the issuance of photovoltaic power station approvals

the construction of ground power stations is indeed slower than expected. Daipeigang, the project director of the new energy development department of Xiamen Kehua Hengsheng Co., Ltd., also told China business news that at present, land acquisition has become a major problem except that many provinces and cities in China have not issued roadblocks

he said that the current land acquisition in the western region, which can turn a certain mechanical quality into a device for power output, requires coordination with relevant departments such as land and resources, but there is more collective land. If they want to choose an area to build a power station, the 50 MW project requires about 1600 mu of land. As long as there is a little grass in it, the local collective will negotiate with the company on this ground. Not all land can be taken down in the form of compensation fees. Both sides will weigh the pros and cons. The prices of raw materials, supporting facilities and policies are not invariable. If we can't talk about them, the progress of the project will be delayed

Zhou Xiaole, general manager of China wind power investor relations department, said that the company's photovoltaic goal in 2014 is to increase the equity installed capacity of 350-400 MW on the existing basis, which is larger than the installed capacity of 150-200 MW of wind power

a senior executive of Hairun PV also revealed that the project it plans to develop in 2014 will reach 600 MW. If all of them belong to BT business, the corresponding theoretical value of revenue will be 2.7 billion yuan. Hanqiming, an analyst at Shenyin Wanguo, said. Wang boxing, chairman of Zhongli science and technology, also told them that their projects in Liaoning material to bear the cycle of changing stress and strain are planned to be about 700 MW in Jining, Hebei, Gansu and Qinghai, most of which are ground-based power stations

although some ground power stations have purchased raw materials, the progress is not fast. According to the above-mentioned Jingke energy executives, many of the ground-based power stations planned to be completed in the first half of 2014 are still under construction, distributed in the state of dredging the network, including Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Heilongjiang, Gansu, etc., and the construction completion rate ranges from 20% to 40%

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