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China officially targets 5GW of CSP allocation by 2020

2016.11.09     From: CSP Focus

China National Development and Reform Commission(NDRC) and National Energy Administration (NEA) jointly released the 13th Five-year Plan of Power Development this Monday on Nov.7, targeting the allocation of power energies including hydro, nuclear, coal, gas, wind and solar, which is regarded as the top instruction for future five years’ power development.

 

The total demandof electricity by 2020 is predicted to be 6.8-7.2trillion kWh with average annual increase rate of 3.6-4.8%, and the total capacity of power will be 2 billion kW with average annual increase rate of 5.5%. Specifically, 770 million kW are from unconventional energies, the detailed data are listed in the table below. 



China plans to install 110GW solar power plants, of which 5GW goes to concentrated solar power plants. As reported by CSP Focus earlier, 5GW is relatively a reasonable target for China CSP allocation. To realize such an ambition, China government has been leading the practice of CSP program. The first phase of 1.349GW of 20 CSP pilot projects have been launched with the FiT of RMB1.15/kWh, which catches the eye of global CSP peers. And the success of its implementation must be quite crucial to the total plan.

Freereport: List of China 1st Phase 20 CSP Pilot Projects


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