China's solar energy industry faces strong competi

2022-08-18
  • Detail

China's solar energy industry is facing strong competition from Japanese enterprises

estimation of measurement uncertainty in the US newspaper

China's solar energy industry is facing strong competition from Japanese enterprises

information on China's construction machinery

Guide: the Chinese version of Wall Street published an article entitled "China's solar energy industry is catching up with Japanese enterprises" on April 9. The excerpt is as follows: with Japan's efforts to reduce costs and maintain a leading position in science and technology, Bayer materials leads the new generation of PU coated fabrics nbsp; Bring disruptive innovation to take advantage of the growing renewable energy market, Japan's solar energy industry

the Chinese online edition of Wall Street published an article entitled "China's solar energy industry is catching up with Japanese enterprises" on April 9. The excerpt is as follows:

with Japan's efforts to reduce costs and maintain the technological leadership of such failures, in order to take advantage of the growing renewable energy market, Japan's solar energy industry will become a strong competitor of China

Macquarie analysts recently said in a customer report that in the short term, the demand outlook for solar photovoltaic systems is "strong" and the price is "strong". Solar photovoltaic system can convert solar energy into electric energy. This bodes well for Japanese solar photovoltaic enterprises such as Kyoto ceramics, Sanyo Electric, sharp and Mitsubishi Electric

Macquarie analysts said that Japanese photovoltaic enterprises have been accelerating the implementation of capacity expansion plans in order to better compete with overseas competitors; They will invest more in reducing costs and achieving greater diversity, but it is not clear whether they have done enough

analysts said that cost competitiveness is very important for Japanese solar photovoltaic enterprises, because most of their output is used for export (64% of the output of megawatt power generation projects was exported overseas in the first to third quarters of fiscal year 2009 as of March 2010), which will undoubtedly encounter fierce competition from competitors in China

at present, it seems that China is the one with greater advantages. It is cheaper to build production capacity in China, and China has large-scale investment, which can promote the growth of market share of photovoltaic enterprises

Macquarie analysts said that China's major photovoltaic enterprises are expanding rapidly, and they are investing heavily in building production capacity from solar wafers, solar cells to solar modules. Major photovoltaic manufacturers are seeking to achieve the scale of one million kilowatts or even larger. They pointed out that nine major integrated battery and module manufacturers are the key areas of "made in China 2025", and the scale of megawatt will be achieved in the next 12 months

by the end of 2010, the total module capacity of China's five largest integrated enterprises may be 40% higher than that of Japan's entire photovoltaic industry, highlighting the speed of China's industrial development. At the same time, China's cost competitiveness is still improving, and the costs of all links in the value chain are falling

analysts said that the pursuit of lower production costs and a leading position in costs by Chinese solar PV manufacturers, supported by large-scale investment in manufacturing scale, is likely to bring continuous pressure on the average price of solar PV modules

Chinese solar PV suppliers include Trina Solar Co., Ltd. and CSI atlas. It is expected that the pricing of the standard modules of these two enterprises will be $1.50 per peak watt by the end of this year, while the current level is $1.70 to $1.80

Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI