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The leader of cross strait energy cooperation will be open to Taiwan enterprises

on July 14, it was learned from the Seventh Cross Strait renewable energy industry cooperation and exchange conference held in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia that the cross strait working group, together with industry associations and relevant enterprises, will formulate specific work plans to accelerate the implementation of the five-year plan for cross strait renewable energy industry cooperation and exchange. At the same time, it is planned to establish cross-strait renewable energy industry investment funds and other financial cooperation platforms to encourage Taiwan enterprises to participate in the mainland photovoltaic power generation investment and financing alliance

Liang Zhipeng, deputy director of the new energy department of the national energy administration, said at the meeting that in recent years, the trade of renewable energy products between the two sides of the Strait has increased rapidly, and many Taiwan, China enterprises have invested in the mainland to set up renewable energy equipment manufacturing plants, and have carried out joint research on technical standards and inspection and certification cooperation. The renewable energy market on both sides of the Strait has a broad prospect. "We believe that the exchange and cooperation of renewable energy on both sides of the Strait will effectively promote the development of renewable energy industry on both sides of the Strait, effectively promote the sustainable development of energy, and benefit the people on both sides of the Strait." Liang Zhipeng said

the renewable energy industry on both sides of the Strait has the same direction and broad prospects

both sides believe that the direction of developing the renewable energy industry on both sides of the Strait is the same, the goal is ambitious, and the idea is clear. The renewable energy market on both sides of the Strait has a very broad prospect, providing an unprecedented great opportunity for the cooperation of the renewable energy industry on both sides of the Strait. Since the promulgation of Taiwan's renewable energy development regulations in July 2009, Taiwan's renewable energy market has developed rapidly. It was learned from the meeting that as of April this year, Taiwan's installed capacity of renewable energy had reached 4.09 million KW, including 2.08 million kw of hydropower, 630000 kW of photovoltaic power generation, 640000 kW of wind power and 110000 kW of biomass energy. Among them, the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation with the most significant performance increased by about 600000 kW in five years, with a growth rate of 64 times

"although Taiwan has the conditions for renewable energy development, there are still many limitations to be overcome, including narrow land and dense population, two-thirds of which are mountainous areas, the available land area is quite limited, and the renewable energy utilization area is reduced." Hu Yaozu, director of the green energy and Environment Research Institute of Taiwan Institute of industrial technology, said that Taiwan is an island independent power system. Photovoltaic power generation, wind power generation and other power systems are vulnerable to climate impact. The power output is unstable, which is easy to impact the existing power. It cannot be used as base load power, and renewable energy power accounts for a high proportion. It is necessary to overcome the problem of unstable system power supply. Due to many factors, there are still limitations in the large-scale development of renewable energy in Taiwan at this stage

despite the above development restrictions, Taiwan has expanded its renewable energy target three times. In 2014, Taiwan expanded the 2030 total installed capacity target of renewable energy power generation from 10.858 million KW initially set by Nike from the product itself, the production mode of the product and the business operation mode to 17.25 million KW, with an increase of 26.6%, accounting for more than 30% of the power system. Specifically, the target of photovoltaic power generation will be increased from 6.2 million kW to 8.7 million kW in 2030, and the target of offshore wind power will be increased from 3 million kW to 4 million KW

Wang Zhongying, director of the national renewable energy center, said at the meeting that the research results of China's renewable energy development roadmap 2050 show that by 2050, non fossil energy power generation will account for 91% of China's power supply, and renewable energy power generation will account for 86%. According to the current domestic energy research results, it is basically agreed that around 2050, wind power should reach the level of 800 ~ 1billion kW, and the proportion of height and diameter of cast iron compact specimens should be 2:1 trillion kwh or more; Under the basic scenario, solar photovoltaic power generation will approach the scale of 1billion kW in 2050, and thermal power generation will reach the scale of billion kw

create better market conditions for the cooperation between energy enterprises on both sides of the Strait

the expert representatives at the meeting said that the renewable energy on both sides of the Strait has strong complementarity in the actual cooperation, and in the future, they will further strengthen practical cooperation, promote the development and utilization of renewable energy on both sides of the Strait, and promote the technological progress and industrial integration development of renewable energy on both sides of the Strait

"at this conference, enterprise representatives from Taiwan, China also expressed the hope that the market would create better conditions for their cooperation and development. In particular, they hope to participate in the photovoltaic 'leader' program recently launched. The purpose of this program is to provide a special market for advanced photovoltaic products and excellent photovoltaic enterprises to support their development and growth." Liang Zhipeng said that from this point of view, the photovoltaic "leader" plan is open to Taiwan enterprises. After the meeting, specific plans will also be formulated to promote the cooperation and development of Taiwan's advanced technology and mainland photovoltaic enterprises

"the cross-strait wind power bridge, which began in 2009, is still limited to supply chain cooperation. In other aspects of expansion, 'there is a sound of stairs in the air, and no one comes downstairs'. It is necessary to quickly implement the results of cross-strait cooperation in order to achieve practical results." Lian Zhaozhi, executive director of the new business promotion center of Taiwan Dongyuan group, proposed at the meeting that the mainland's onshore production capacity has become saturated and the international market is broad, so the two sides should take a global perspective on cooperation and development. "Going to sea" also brings new opportunities for cross-strait bridge cooperation. Offshore wind power can seek breakthroughs in cross-strait cooperation from the exchange of wind turbine systems, the formulation of anti typhoon certification, to the discussion of cross-strait maritime law

in recent years, the cooperation between the two sides in the field of renewable energy standards, specifications, testing and certification has also achieved preliminary results. According to Qin Haiyan, director of Jianheng Certification Center, the leading wind power standard - "vertical axis wind turbine" jointly prepared by both sides of the Strait has been promulgated and implemented. The center has issued 52 photovoltaic product certification certificates to 16 Taiwan enterprises, so that these products can smoothly enter the mainland market. In the future, we will deepen practical cooperation between industries on both sides of the Strait, constantly promote the docking of technical standards, promote the certification and mutual recognition of renewable energy product standards on both sides of the Strait, strengthen joint research on international standards in the photovoltaic field, improve the voice of international standards, and consolidate international competitive advantages

Liang Zhipeng said that the next step will be to carry out ★ 12) the coaxiality of the upper and lower collets: no more than 10%; We should innovate the financing mechanism of renewable energy and jointly establish a competitive advantage in the global market. Including strengthening cross-strait exchanges and cooperation in renewable energy project credit and insurance, and exploring the establishment of a cross-strait renewable energy financial cooperation platform. In addition, the strategic vision of the "the Belt and Road" proposed by the mainland, as well as the Asian infrastructure investment bank and the Silk Road Fund, will also create a broader market space for the international development of the renewable energy industry on both sides of the Strait

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