What is the future market outlook and status of the domestic smart grid industry? As the competition in the wind and solar complementary system industry continues to intensify, domestic outstanding industry enterprises are paying more and more attention to the research of the market, especially the in-depth research on the development environment of enterprises and the changes of customer demand trends. Because of this, a large number of domestic outstanding industry enterprises are rapidly emerging and gradually becoming the leading players in the industry!
2022 Wind and Solar Complementary System Market Research Wind and Solar Complementary System Industry Outlook and Current Situation Analysis
After more than six years of research and practice, the wind and solar complementary system industry has finally promoted a mature new application method, MUCE wind and solar complementary system, to the society. This system uses a new type of vertical axis wind turbine (H-type) developed independently in China and solar power generation for 10:3 combination, forming a relatively stable power output. The system has been used in buildings, in the field, in communication base stations, street lights and on islands, and a large amount of reliable data has been obtained. The research results of this system will bring a new impetus to the development of new energy sources in China and the world.
The basic equipment of the wind-solar complementary system includes wind turbine, solar cell module, solar array support, DC convergence box, DC distribution cabinet, grid-connected inverter, AC distribution cabinet and other equipment, in addition to the power supply system monitoring device and environmental monitoring device; its operation mode is at night and rainy days without sunshine by the wind power generation system to convert wind energy output power
Analysis of the development potential of the wind-solar complementary system industry
The total budget for subsidies for new photovoltaic power generation projects is 1.5 billion yuan. Of which 500 million yuan is used for household PV, subsidized bidding projects (including centralized PV power plants and industrial and commercial distributed PV projects) are organized according to a total subsidy of 1 billion yuan for project construction. In addition to Yunnan and Guangxi two provinces and regions, is located in three types of resource areas of Guizhou province is also increasing PV investment and construction efforts, the PV industry included in the regional development priorities one.
The National Energy Board recently issued a "notice on matters related to the development and construction of wind power and photovoltaic power generation in 2021" proposed that in 2021, the national wind power and photovoltaic power generation accounted for about 11% of the proportion of electricity used by society as a whole, the follow-up of the wind and landscape complementary systems to improve year by year, to ensure that in 2025 the proportion of non-fossil energy consumption in primary energy consumption reached about 20%.
This year is the first year of grid parity for wind power and photovoltaic power generation. China proposed that by 2030, the proportion of non-fossil energy to primary energy consumption will reach about 25%, and the total installed capacity of wind and solar power will reach more than 1.2 billion kilowatts.
Market demand analysis of the wind and solar complementary system industry
The new installed capacity of the wind and solar complementary system industry reached 400,000 kilowatts; the cumulative installed capacity reached 4.84 million kilowatts. Offshore wind power grew by 9.0% in the first half of the year, exceeding the industry growth rate of 4.9% in the same period, making it the highlight of the wind power industry. The country will continue to promote the sustainable development of China's offshore wind power on a larger scale, with the "13th Five-Year Plan" pointing out that by the end of 2020, the cumulative installed capacity of wind power on the grid will ensure that it reaches more than 210 million kilowatts. Among them, the installed capacity of offshore wind power will reach more than 5 million kilowatts, the scale of offshore wind power construction will reach 10 million kilowatts, and the annual power generation capacity of wind power will reach 420 billion kilowatt hours, accounting for about 6% of the country's total power generation capacity.
Over the next decade, offshore wind power will compete with other renewable energy sources (including solar PV). The cost of offshore wind is falling and will fall further. Financing costs represent 3 to 0% of the total cost of electricity generation and a supportive policy framework now enables projects to be financed at low cost in Europe and zero-subsidy bids are awarded.
The relatively high value of wind and solar complementary systems is expected by 2040, which will make offshore wind one of the most competitive sources of electricity.
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