2016 NPC & CPPCC has rounded off in Beijing in March, which focused on the reform and development of energy. During the 12th Five-Year Plan, as they were, brought hope and motivation to the development of PV industry.
Having experienced a low-speed development period, PV industry in China has rebounded since 2013 and developed at an alarming rate in 2014. By the end of 2015, PV capacity integrated into power generation has reached 4,158 gigawatts, ranking No.1 on PV installed capacity in the world.
Undoubtedly, China PV industry’s recovery and flourishing is close related with the great support of China government. According to statistics, there have been over 20 national and hundreds of local government’s supporting documents of PV during 2013 to 2015, the supportive polices enacted by China government have covered all fields from macro to micro, planning to management, etc, which have been a vital force of promoting PV industry’s qualitative change. (Sourcing from: pvpower.cn)
Driven by favorable policies and market, China PV industry will still boasts substantial potential and enjoy a bright future. Holding in the most active and fast-developing economic region in China, we believe the 8th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition (PV Guangzhou 2016) will devote itself to setting up a professional platform for pv and solar industry and actively facilitate companies in exploring markets.
According to the PV Guangzhou Organizing Committee, many famous enterprises have booked stands in PV Guangzhou 2016, such as Yingli Solar, 3Hz Solar Technology Co., Ltd, Zenith Solar Co., Ltd, Baojun Glass Co., Ltd, Shenzhen JCN New Energy Technology Co., Ltd, Future Solar Technology Co., Ltd, Guoyu Solar Lighting Co., Ltd and so on.
It also attracts professional visitors from Asia, South America, Africa and other emerging markets, which injects new vitality to the industry. Just mark your calendar and join the exhibition on September 26 to 28 in China Import and Export Fair Complex.
Source: Press Release by Guangdong Grandeur International Exhibition Group. Image Credit: Drew Wagner via Flickr (CC BY 2.0).