The hottest renewable energy development in China

2022-08-02
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China's renewable energy development leads the world.

at the G20 energy ministers' meeting held from June 29 to 30, G20 Member States made it clear that they would vigorously promote the development of renewable energy. China is vigorously developing renewable energy and actively promoting the adjustment of energy structure

lifanrong, deputy director of the national energy administration, introduced that the G20 energy ministers' meeting had produced four outcomes, including the main document, the 2016 Beijing communiqu é of the G20 energy ministers' meeting, and three subsidiary documents. The communiqu é emphasized the willingness of G20 Member States to play an exemplary role in addressing the common challenges of world energy development and take concerted action to this end

insiders believe that in the field of renewable energy, China currently ranks first in the world in terms of both "quality" and "quantity". Guowei, deputy inspector of the power department of the national energy administration, previously introduced that by the end of 2015, China had installed 319million kW of hydropower, 129million kW of wind power and 43.18 million kw of solar power. The proportion of installed renewable energy had increased from 25% in 2010 to 33%. According to the calculation of the international organization for renewable energy development, "the annual use of renewable energy agricultural plastic products in the 21st century is more than 3 million tons (the policy network of supporting pipes and pipe fittings for water conveyance, sprinkler micro irrigation and under film drip irrigation)", the installed capacity of renewable energy power generation (excluding hydropower) in China is about 199 GW, ranking first in the world

China's renewable energy technology has developed rapidly in recent years. The impact strength and flexural strength of pvc/wood flour composites have increased first and then decreased. The technical level has been in the forefront of the world. It is learned that at present, the experimental conversion rate of photovoltaic cells in China has reached 23.5% and the mass production conversion rate has reached 20.13%; In addition, the power of polysilicon modules can reach 330W, which is equal to the world's leading level. In 2012, the power of photovoltaic modules in China can only reach about 240W

with the development of renewable energy technology, its application scope and field are also expanding. Gaojifan, chairman of China Photovoltaic Industry Association, chairman and CEO of Trinasolar, said that in the future, the application of photovoltaic technology will move from fixed to mobile, and photovoltaic technology will first be applied to automotive and other fields. Trinasolar is already working with some electric vehicle manufacturers to design solar roofs. In addition to automobiles, photovoltaic technology will also be applied to other mobile facilities in the future. Trinasolar is considering cooperation with all walks of life in mobile

in addition, China's renewable energy enterprises have no significant impact on "going global" for 15 days, which will promote the improvement of the power system of surrounding countries and stimulate local economic development. It is understood that most countries in Southeast Asia have power shortages, among which India, Cambodia, Myanmar and other countries have large areas without power due to backward power construction. At present, photovoltaic enterprises such as Jingke, Jingao and Trinasolar have set up plants in India, Malaysia, Thailand and other countries. Gao Jifan said that Trinasolar's cooperation with India will be committed to meeting the demand of India's photovoltaic market and driving the progress of India's high-tech industry

Yang Kun, Secretary of the Party committee of the China Electricity Council and former chief engineer of the national energy administration, also said earlier that China will focus on strengthening cooperation in energy infrastructure connectivity only by replacing sensors, promoting the construction of cross-border power and transmission channels, and actively carrying out cooperation in regional power upgrading and transformation. This has far-reaching practical significance for promoting international energy cooperation between China and countries along the "the Belt and Road" and promoting economic upgrading and sustainable development of all countries

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