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Chinese enterprises accelerate their deployment, and the photovoltaic industry has become a new bright spot for China-Vietnam cooperation in production capacity

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Chinese enterprises accelerate their deployment, and the photovoltaic industry has become a new bright spot for China-Vietnam cooperation in production capacity

Date of release:2018-04-28 Author: Click:

In order to solve the problem of power gap, the Vietnamese government has developed new energy industries in recent years, especially the photovoltaic industry, and thinks that solar energy (5.090, 0.01, 0.20%) will become the main new energy in the future.

According to the target announced by the Vietnamese government, its solar powered new energy installed capacity increased from about 6-7 megawatts at the end of 2015 to 850 megawatts in 2020 (equivalent to 1.6% of annual power generation) and reached 12 thousand megawatts by 2030 (equivalent to 3.3% of annual power generation). According to the recent statement by officials of the Ministry of industry and energy in Vietnam, the figure will rise further.

The huge market space has attracted the attention of international investors, and a large number of PV enterprises have accelerated their layout in Vietnam in recent years. China's embassy in Vietnam pointed out that at present, 11 large photovoltaic enterprises in China have settled in the Beijiang province of Vietnam, and Vietnam has become the largest photovoltaic industry base in China.

Shu Hua, President of Xiexin (4.560, 0, 0%), believes that the production of capacity cooperation in Vietnam has a positive effect on producing high efficiency components, reducing costs and further opening the European and American markets.

Large PV jump in Vietnam

By the end of July 2017, foreign investors have registered hundreds of solar projects in Vietnam by the end of July 2017, with a total installed capacity of about 17 thousand megawatts, according to the Ministry of planning and investment.

By the end of 2016, there were only 16 foreign-funded green energy projects operating in Vietnam, with a total registered capital of $778 million, of which only 18% of the project funds were invested in solar energy.

This is related to the support of the Vietnamese government for photovoltaic industry. In April 2017, the premier of the Vietnamese government, Ruan Chunfu, signed the No. eleventh decision, which aims to encourage the development of solar power projects in Vietnam, to tax the fixed assets involved in solar projects, to reduce the land and lease costs involved in the use of land waters.

In addition, the power purchase party will purchase all the power produced by the connected solar power station at the price of 2086 dg / kWh (at the rate of about 9.35 cents / kWh). The price will be adjusted according to the FM's exchange rate against the dollar, but only for modules with more than 16% battery efficiency or more than 15% of productivity, and these projects can be connected to the grid by June 2019.

Tang The Hung, a senior official at the Vietnam Ministry of industry and trade (MoIT), recently announced that a new plan will be introduced in 2018 to meet the recent growing demand for PV investment.

Tang The Hung said the plan would increase the total installed capacity of the 2019 approval project to 1000 MW, while the installed capacity in 2030 was raised to 15 thousand MW from the 12 thousand megawatts of the power development Development Plan VII, referred to as "PDP VII").

Vietnam's own energy demand changes to make breakthroughs in the photovoltaic industry. After a survey of the energy situation in Vietnam, the Danish energy agency, in conjunction with the Vietnam industry and trade department, pointed out that Vietnam's energy import increased again in 2015 after several years of decline, while at the same time, the increase in the increase in coal exports has reduced Vietnam from the energy exporter to a net importer from 2016. The safety of energy supply in Vietnam has been affected.

In the report, the Danish energy agency said in the report that in 2015, the net import ratio of non renewable energy, including coal and oil, was only 5% in Vietnam. This level was not high from the international perspective, but Vietnam was a long-term net exporter of energy, which was paid attention to.

The Danish Energy Agency (Danish Energy Agency) believes that Vietnam's potential for renewable energy, especially solar and wind energy, will be able to meet the growing demand for energy in the power grid, and Vietnam will also play an important role in the medium and long term energy supply, with international organizations and the private sector. With the participation of enterprises, Vietnam's cooperation in the energy sector will continue to grow.

In Vietnam, the increase in renewable energy is seen as a means to reduce coal use and energy independence, and Vietnam's emphasis on new energy and policy support, which makes Vietnam a new investment in renewable energy around the world, is seen as a means of reducing coal use and energy independence in Vietnam, according to Ben Warren, head of anyoung's global power and utility. Hotspot.

Chinese PV enterprises layout Vietnam

According to the data of the Vietnam electricity annual report 2017, by the end of 2015, the annual electricity consumption of Vietnam was about 162 billion kwh, most of which came from non renewable energy sources such as coal and natural gas, while renewable energy, including wind and solar energy, accounted for only 0.32% of the total power generation.

PDP VII mentioned that Vietnam will make new energy accounts for 3.3% of the annual electricity generation in 2030, or even exceed 4% in next year's plan. In addition, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) forecast, the price of solar panels may fall by up to 59% in 10 years, by 2030, the proportion of solar energy will rise from 2% to 13%, and solar energy will be a substitute for fossil energy.

This undoubtedly makes the current new energy accounts for a relatively small number of Vietnam to become a blue ocean, attracting the eyes of investors and enterprises from all over the world, including China.

Trina Solar Vietnam Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "Vietnam Tianjing") said in an interview with the economic reporter on twenty-first Century that as part of Trina Solar's layout along the "one area road", the Vietnam Tianhe project is the first overseas joint venture battery manufacturing project of Trina Solar, with a design capacity of 700MW. Vietnam

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