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the China Renewable Energy Society disclosed to the media that the upper limit of the subsidy standard for photovoltaic power generation may be set at about 0.45~0.5 yuan/degree after multi-party discussion, which is lower than the expected 0.6 yuan/degree in the early market. It goes without saying that this will have a negative impact on the recovering photovoltaic market. The China Renewable Energy Society disclosed to the media that the upper limit of the subsidy standard for photovoltaic power generation may be set at about 0.45~0.5 yuan/kWh after multi-party discussion, which is lower than the market expectation of 0.6 yuan/kwh in the early stage. It goes without saying that this will have a negative impact on the recovering photovoltaic market. As of January 18, among the 16 listed companies whose main business is photovoltaic and whose performance in 2012 has been predicted, 8 companies have pre profits, 1 is uncertain and 7 have losses. Among them, sunflower, a downstream component manufacturer, has a loss of 200million to 300million yuan in advance, and Dongfang Risheng has a loss of 180million to 260million yuan in advance

the author believes that the difficulties faced by the photovoltaic industry far exceed the expectations of industry insiders. It is difficult for photovoltaic enterprises to turn losses into profits on their own, and it is a dream to get rid of difficulties and grow. The government and relevant parties should actively work together to help the photovoltaic industry out of difficulties

since the prices of solar modules, polysilicon and other products plunged sharply in 2012, many large factories in Europe and the United States have closed down, and China is no exception. A large number of solar manufacturers are on the verge of closure. The horn of merger and reorganization has sounded, and the photovoltaic industry will enter a period of in-depth industrial adjustment in 2013

there is no doubt that the photovoltaic industry is an important part of the new energy industry and a strategic emerging industry determined by the state. Its development is not only affected by the macro environment of photovoltaic enterprises, photovoltaic industry and national economy, but also restricted by the policies and measures of the central government, local governments and other aspects. The plan to extricate the photovoltaic industry from difficulties must be effectively participated by multiple parties

relevant national departments should formulate clear, clear, reasonable and enforceable industrial planning and industrial regulations, which are their important responsibilities and obligations, and these work should be in place at the initial stage of the industry. The author believes that the photovoltaic industry development goals formulated in the 12th Five Year Plan are inappropriate and lack sufficient theoretical and practical basis to match the rapidly changing photovoltaic market. The relevant state departments should adjust the planning objectives as soon as possible and formulate annotated provisions and norms, which will be a great contribution to the entire industry

local governments should, on the basis of national macroeconomic policies, formulate local economic development strategies and plans, especially the adjustment of local economic structure

facts have proved that it is wrong for some local governments to launch a large number of photovoltaic projects and photovoltaic industrial parks in disorder in previous years. This move not only failed to make the photovoltaic industry bigger and stronger, but also made it a burden on the optimization of local economic structure and the finance and taxation of local governments. At present, the adjustment of PV industrial structure has naturally made it the focus of attention. The insufficient self-sufficiency rate of petrochemical industry in Southeast Asia is increasing. Local governments should actively and strictly review PV projects. Enterprises without profit prospects, resource technology and other core advantages should be persuaded to retreat as soon as possible, and must not take pity and appeasement measures

at the same time, the Merger Policy of power companies is the main factor restricting the profitability of photovoltaic power stations. The utilization efficiency of photovoltaic power generation is of great significance to photovoltaic enterprises. However, as photovoltaic power generation has no advantages in terms of cost and electricity price, power companies have been lack of interest and enthusiasm in implementing policies for distributed photovoltaic power stations. Despite repeated urging by relevant state departments, the results have not been satisfactory. Although the power company promised to pay more attention to the photovoltaic power plant by pressing the "swing" button first, the final implementation status is not flattering

the author believes that power companies should make a deep self-examination and do not disregard the national energy policy for their own selfish interests

in addition, from the perspective of photovoltaic enterprises themselves, structural adjustment and elimination of backward excess capacity are the key issues facing the photovoltaic industry. Photovoltaic enterprises are the final executors of the policy, and their implementation strength and willingness will greatly affect the effect of structural adjustment of the photovoltaic industry. Limited production reduction is a top priority for domestic photovoltaic enterprises. Blindly expanding production capacity and launching photovoltaic projects are not in line with the requirements of market development. Some half dead enterprises should take the initiative to withdraw from the market early and eliminate themselves. Decisive, active and active withdrawal may avoid more unnecessary losses. The author suggests that these small and medium-sized photovoltaic enterprises that have been hovering on the edge of bankruptcy should think twice

in a word, the PV industry and PV enterprises have a long way to go. It is difficult to solve the difficulties of the industry by a group, a department or a policy alone. All relevant interest groups should cooperate and actively negotiate, and the key is to implement the relevant policies, regulations and measures

at present, China's photovoltaic industry does not lack policies, let alone goals. What is lacking is executable policies and policies that can be implemented well. In this sense, the relevant supervision should undertake more responsibilities, such as supervision without inspection, inspection without care, management without strictness and strictness without speed. The supervision system is in vain. How can the photovoltaic industry not be devastated

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