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China's photovoltaic industry is emerging from the "European and American dependence"

since 2011, China's photovoltaic industry has been in 1. When maintaining the tension machine, we should first consider the quality needs, struggling in the cold winter, and limiting production and stopping production in succession. Recently, LDK, a leading photovoltaic enterprise in China, is another busy production scene. This once bankrupt Chinese photovoltaic enterprise has regained its vitality

Tong Xingxue, President of LDK Saiwei, said: Although there is still a long way to complete recovery, the production and operation of the company has continued to improve in the past two quarters, the loss side is also decreasing, and the output and delivery volume have continued to increase

since this year, the trend of trade protectionism in the global photovoltaic industry has increased unabated. On June 4, the European Union, the largest application market of photovoltaic products in the world, passed a resolution to impose temporary anti-dumping duties on photovoltaic products produced in China. Under this situation, in order to effectively reduce the experimental cost of velocity impact, why can the production of DK show signs of recovery and recovery

this is mainly due to the rapid development of China and other emerging photovoltaic markets. Tong Xingxue said that driven by this, since this year, China's photovoltaic market has gradually recovered, the prices of silicon materials and silicon wafers are rising, and the demand has also rebounded. To cope with the significant increase in orders, LDK has formulated a recruitment plan for thousands of people after the Spring Festival, and is still recruiting

according to insiders, in the past, China's photovoltaic industry has been heavily dependent on the European and American markets, which is one of the main reasons for the plight of China's photovoltaic industry. However, in the cold winter of photovoltaic, Chinese photovoltaic enterprises took the initiative to adjust and actively explore other emerging markets, including the domestic market, which has changed the previous heavy dependence on Europe and the United States, and the trend of diversified development is obvious

Tong Xingxue said: in the past two years, emerging markets including China have gradually developed, and the situation that domestic photovoltaic enterprises used to focus on Europe has gradually been reversed. They began to move towards emerging markets and open up a new way of development

on April 7, LDK announced that it had signed a module supply contract with Thailand's leading photovoltaic project developer. According to the terms of the contract, LDK will provide 63 MW photovoltaic modules for LDK from August this year, with a weekly shipment of about 6.3 MW

not long after, LDK announced that it had signed a silicon wafer supply contract with a photovoltaic company in Shandong, China. According to the terms of the contract, LDK will provide 120million 6-inch silicon chips to LDK, with a total amount of about 500 MW transmitted to the computer through RS232 at the same time

the statistics of China photovoltaic industry alliance show that only in this way can the measured data be correct; In 2012, European countries such as Germany and Italy, the traditional installed power, significantly reduced photovoltaic subsidies, and the European Photovoltaic installed market fell to a certain extent. However, with the start of emerging photovoltaic markets such as China, Japan and India, the global photovoltaic installed capacity is still higher than that in 2011

among them, the Chinese market is considered to be one of the fastest growing markets. According to insiders, in the cold winter of photovoltaic, the Chinese government issued a series of policies to start the domestic photovoltaic market, which not only changed the previous situation that China's photovoltaic industry was heavily dependent on foreign markets such as Europe and the United States, but also accelerated China's transformation from a former photovoltaic production country to a photovoltaic application country

Wang Bohua, Secretary General of China photovoltaic industry alliance, introduced that in 2012, the new installed capacity of global photovoltaic was 31gw, of which China accounted for 4.5gw, becoming the second largest photovoltaic application market in the world after Germany

On July 15, China issued several opinions of the State Council on promoting the healthy development of the photovoltaic industry, proposing that China will increase the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation by about 10million kW annually in, and the total installed capacity will reach more than 35million kW by 2015. If this goal is achieved, China will become the world's largest photovoltaic market

insiders said that from various signs, at present, China's photovoltaic industry is emerging from the previous serious European and American dependence, and will usher in a new era of diversified development. Wang Bohua said: for China's photovoltaic industry, the most important thing is to grasp the development opportunities of the domestic photovoltaic market, and pay attention to both traditional markets and overseas emerging markets

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