In the first half of the year, the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation in the country reached 145.51 million kilowatts
Today, the National Energy Administration held a press conference on the energy situation in the first half of this year, the operation of renewable energy grids, and the 12398 energy supervision hotline complaints and complaints in the second quarter. It will also interpret the "Electric Safety Production Action Plan (2018- 2020) and answer questions from reporters.
According to Liang Zhipeng, deputy director of the New Energy and Renewable Energy Department, the overall development of renewable energy in the first half of the year:
First, the scale of renewable energy power generation continues to expand. As of the end of June 2018, China's renewable energy power generation capacity reached 680 million kilowatts, an increase of 13%; of which, hydropower installed capacity of 340 million kilowatts (full-scale statistics, of which pumped storage capacity of 29.19 million kilowatts), wind power installed more than 170 million kilowatts, photovoltaic power generation installed capacity of more than 150 million kilowatts, biomass power generation installed capacity 16.34 million kilowatts.
Second, the situation of wind power and photovoltaic power generation continued to improve, and the rate of abandoned electricity and abandoned electricity was “double down”. In the first half of the year, the national abandonment of wind power was 18.2 billion kWh, a year-on-year decrease of 5.3 billion kWh, and the abandonment rate was 8.7%, down 5 percentage points year-on-year. The abandoned photoelectric output was 3 billion kWh, a year-on-year decrease of 700 million kWh, and the light rejection rate was 3.6%, down 3.2 percentage points year-on-year. In the first half of the year, there were 18 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) that did not abandon wind and electricity, and another 9 provinces had a wind abandon rate of less than 5%. The wind curtailment rate exceeded 5% in Inner Mongolia, Jilin, Gansu and Xinjiang. There are 22 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) that have not abandoned light and electricity, and 6 provinces (regions) have a light rejection rate of less than 5%. Only those with a light rejection rate of more than 5% are only Gansu, Xinjiang, and Shaanxi. ).
The third is to promote the construction of major renewable energy projects in an orderly manner. The National Development and Reform Commission and the Energy Bureau organized the demonstration plan for the site of the leading reservoir of the Jinsha River in the middle reaches, and carried out the planning and planning adjustment of the pumped storage power stations in Fujian, Guangxi, Zhejiang, Anhui, Qinghai, Guizhou and other provinces. Construction of pumped storage power stations. Instruct the Inner Mongolia Development and Reform Commission to start the construction of a 6 million kilowatt unsubsidized wind power base in Wulanchabu, Inner Mongolia, and guide the Inner Mongolia Development and Reform Commission to carry out the configuration of the 4 million kilowatt wind power project of Shanghai Temple-Shandong DC UHV. We will promote the construction of photovoltaic power generation leading bases in an orderly manner and actively promote the construction of solar thermal power generation demonstration projects.
Among them, the newly installed photovoltaic power generation in the first half of the year was 24.3 million kilowatts, of which, the photovoltaic power station was 12.06 million kilowatts, a year-on-year decrease of 30%; the distributed photovoltaic power generation added 12.24 million kilowatts, an increase of 72%. By the end of June, the country's photovoltaic power generation capacity reached 154.51 million kilowatts, including photovoltaic power plants of 112.6 million kilowatts and distributed photovoltaic power generation of 41.9 million kilowatts.
From the layout of new PV installations, the newly installed capacity in East China was 6.218 million kilowatts, accounting for 25.6% of the country; the newly installed capacity in Central China was 3.878 million kilowatts, accounting for 15.9% of the country; The newly installed capacity is 4.12 million kilowatts. Distributed photovoltaic power generation continued to maintain rapid growth. In the first half of 2018, the installed capacity of Shandong, Zhejiang, Henan and Jiangsu provinces exceeded 1 million kilowatts, and the newly installed distributed photovoltaic installations in the four provinces accounted for 52.6% of the country.