PV companies should take good use of the opportunities to develop domestic market

Recently, the Chinese Energy Board and Financial department has released many pv inverter industry policies under the background of the anti-dumping of Europe and the US. For example, the Reporting large-scale applications of distributed photovoltaic power generation demonstration area have subdivided the KWh amount of subsidies, subsidy ways and specific timetable of demonstration area construction. The Installation of the twelfth Five-year plan has been decided to be 21 GW. The total amount of Golden Sun has risen to 3GW from 1.7GW. China Development Bank makes it clear that they will ensure the Six Biggs and Smalls PV companies line of credit. The PV companies has ushered a policy spring.

 

Facing the good development environment of domestic market, the first problem is how to response to the call of national policy, to seize opportunities for development of the domestic market and maintaining industry leading. It should be pointed out, by way of subsidies distributed development policy tilt and kilowatt, PV inverter companies will be required of higher demands and standards for fine management, technology upgrades, product quality control and high specification components, design and development capability, which makes some SMEs eliminated with poor ability to resist risks, do not grasp the core production technology, or cannot be adjusted according to changes in the market. The good news is that there are many PV companies has been in this long-term, reduce product costs through technological progress, market strategy and focus more on the development of the domestic market.

 

I believe that these companies have fully prepared and done enough to force domestic market. They should master development initiative through technical innovation and differentiated solar inverter marketing, product upgrades. Analysts believe that the four national ministries, 36 banking institutions, the photovoltaic industry alliances and outstanding enterprises to “feel the pulse” the development of the industry, offer advice on the next stage of development opportunities for businesses to boost the confidence of the community on the development of the photovoltaic industry, seeking a more tolerant financial policy environment with good guiding role.

 

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