In 2022, China's newly installed photovoltaic capacity will reach 100GW!
- China's photovoltaic power generation will enter a stage of development where centralized and distributed go hand in hand
- In the future, we will continue to accelerate the construction of large-scale wind power photovoltaic bases focusing on desert, Gobi and desert areas
According to seedao.com, on June 24, 2022, the China Power Construction Hydropower and Water Conservancy Planning and Design Institute held the "China Renewable Energy Development Report 2021" conference, which systematically reviewed the wind and rain history of the renewable energy industry in the past year. And the new year's industry development direction and prospects are prospected.
The report mentions:
In 2022, with the batch construction of large-scale wind power and photovoltaic bases focusing on deserts, Gobi, and desert areas, the county's rooftop distributed photovoltaic pilot projects will be carried out in an orderly manner, and household photovoltaics will continue to grow and various "Photovoltaic +" projects, With the implementation of the integrated project, China's photovoltaic power generation will enter a stage of development in which both centralized and distributed generation go hand in hand.
In terms of wind power, China's wind power will generally show a steady development trend in 2022. In 2022, onshore wind power is expected to be added to the grid by more than 50 million kW, and offshore wind power is expected to be added to the grid by about 6 million kW.
The report pointed out that China's renewable energy is entering a stage of large-scale leap-forward development. In areas with better wind and solar resource endowments, favorable construction conditions, and large-scale development conditions, strengthen research on source-end multi-energy complementarity, and focus on improving new energy resources. Consumption and delivery capabilities. Accelerate the promotion of large-scale wind power photovoltaic bases focusing on desert, Gobi, and desert areas, and continue to promote the development and construction of major onshore wind power photovoltaic bases relying on existing and new inter-provincial transmission channels. Editor / Xu Shengpeng