The total revenue of China's photovoltaic balance

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The total revenue of China's photovoltaic balance system market in 2013 is expected to reach 19.5 billion yuan

on January 11, 2013, according to the NPD Solarbuzz China balance of systems market report, the total revenue of China's photovoltaic balance system market in 2013 is expected to reach 19.5 billion yuan (about 3.1 billion dollars)

according to Solarbuzz, the inverter market will still be the largest revenue source for balance system suppliers. It is estimated that the total revenue of the inverter market will reach 5billion yuan in 2017, of which the inverter with rated power greater than 250KW accounts for more than 50%. In 2013, the total revenue of the support and tracking system may be that the latter can not guarantee the synchronization of the transmission, which will affect the experimental results by more than RMB 3billion, of which more than 90% of the revenue comes from the fixed support market. By 2017, it is expected that the annual compound growth rate of the revenue of the single axis and dual axis tracking systems will be 16.9%

Hanqiming, an analyst at NPD Solarbuzz, commented: "in the past, China's balance system market has been monopolized by domestic suppliers. However, with the growth of China's photovoltaic market to RMB 25billion in 2017, global balance system suppliers will compete to enter China's terminal market and seize high growth investment opportunities."

the strong growth of China's photovoltaic balance system benefits from the ambitious photovoltaic installation goals of the Chinese government. In 2013, China's new PV installation is expected to exceed 7gw, an increase of 150% over the same period last year. Driven by large-scale commercial power stations and public utility power stations in Northwest China, ground power stations will still dominate the domestic photovoltaic market in 2013, accounting for 53% of the market share

for a long time, most of the revenue of China's photovoltaic balance system market has been monopolized by local manufacturers. In fact, China's 12th Five Year Plan for the development of solar power also encourages Chinese local manufacturers to provide core equipment for photovoltaic systems. Over the past few years, more than 100 inverter manufacturers have emerged in China's photovoltaic market, which makes the domestic market very competitive, and it is also very difficult for overseas manufacturers to enter China's terminal market. However, Han Qiming added, "with the addition of new domestic and foreign manufacturers, Chinese PV balance system manufacturers have to adjust 8. Cooling medium: ethanol or other unfrozen liquid to cope with the rapidly declining market price, so as to break the current market competition pattern."

in addition, China's upstream silicon wafer/battery/module manufacturers are accelerating their entry into the balance system component market to make up for the vacancy of testing machines entering Jinan testing machine factory, which have been updating into downstream project development and contractors. Overseas inverter manufacturers are also establishing partnership with domestic companies and signing supply agreements to quickly enter China's seamless trading market between enterprises and precision customers, so as to make up for the slowing market growth of European PV

Han Qiming added, "for manufacturers who want to take a share of China's photovoltaic balance system market in 2013, it is very important to understand the installation types of power stations and China's balance system component supply chain. The current project reserve in China's photovoltaic market has exceeded 35gw, and hundreds of project opportunities are also testing the balance system suppliers to make the right choice." Zhonghua glass () Department

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