The hottest photovoltaic market in Japan is about

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The Japanese photovoltaic market is about to erupt, and the feast is overshadowed by the Diaoyu Island incident

when the Japanese photovoltaic development feast is about to open, due to the ramifications of the Diaoyu Island incident, China light, which was originally preparing to dress up for the banquet, is also a little overwhelmed according to the new national standard inspection content and project requirements provided by the national fire protection building materials quality supervision and inspection center

on May 5, Hokkaido power company shut down No. 3 nuclear reactor, announcing that Japan's last operating nuclear reactor was fully cooled and shut down. Since then, Japan will no longer develop nuclear power. Everything comes from the impact of the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident

Japanese nuclear power once accounted for 30% of the entire Japanese power supply system, and the shutdown of nuclear power will cause a 4.9gw power supply gap for Japan. Because of the lack of power supply, Tokyo lost power for two to three hours a day last summer, which was the first time since World War II

how to make up for the lack of nuclear power? Japan chose photovoltaic power

On August 26th, 2011, the plenary session of the Japanese Senate passed the law on special measures for electrical utilities to purchase renewable energy electricity, which has been implemented since July 1st this year. The "fixed price purchase system" has been implemented, which stipulates that power companies have and need to stop fully effective inspection obligations within a certain period of time, and use the fixed price set by the state to purchase renewable energy power generation, in order to encourage more enterprises or individuals to enter the renewable energy power generation industry and form a certain industrial scale as soon as possible. Among these renewable electric energy, photovoltaic is the most important goal

at present, the electricity price of photovoltaic power stations in Japan is determined to be 2 yen/kWh for a 20-year period (42 yen =3.3 yuan, while the electricity price in China is only 1 yuan/kWh, and it is currently rumored that it will be reduced to 0.8 yuan/kWh this year). In terms of subsidy amount, it is basically twice that of Germany and three times that of China. Because of this, Japan immediately became the most important market for Chinese photovoltaic enterprises. Major photovoltaic enterprises have established branches in Japan, trying to intervene in the booming photovoltaic market with the most powerful measures

the photovoltaic feast in Japan has been started. On August 29, Softbank, Japan's third largest mobile company, and Mitsui Corporation of Japan planned to build a 39.5-megawatt solar power station in Tottori Prefecture in western Japan. The signing ceremony was held in Tokyo on the 29th. The photovoltaic power station covers an area of 53.4 hectares and will be completed in June next year. After operation, it can ensure the power supply demand of 11000 households. Softbank also plans to build a 111 MW photovoltaic power generation system in Hokkaido, which is planned to be put into operation in 2014

Gao Jifan, chairman of Trinasolar group, said in an interview that today's Japanese photovoltaic market is very similar to the German market around 2004. As we all know, it was the nourishment of the German photovoltaic market at that time that led to the birth of many photovoltaic enterprise giants in China

at present, the situation of China's photovoltaic industry is grim. First, the United States carried out "double anti-dumping" on Chinese photovoltaic products, and then the European Union launched an anti-dumping investigation on Chinese photovoltaic products. This series of measures has triggered a domino effect, and even spread to emerging markets. There are rumors that India plans to follow the trend of anti-dumping against China photovoltaic. In such a situation, the opening of the Japanese photovoltaic development feast was once the most desired goal for Chinese enterprises to participate. However, the increasingly fierce Diaoyu Island incident has led to a significant rebound in the demand for building plastics in Japan, which does not trust Chinese enterprises. It is said that some cooperation has been suspended

all these make China's photovoltaic enterprises face a dilemma. Zhonghua glass () Department

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