The latest report of Century New Energy Network: On the 24th, the website of the National Development and Reform Commission released the message "Adjusting the tariff policy for onshore wind power photovoltaic power generation."
The original text: In order to implement the objectives of the State Council's "Energy Development Strategic Action Plan (2014-2020)", rationally guide new energy investment, promote the healthy and orderly development of new energy industries such as onshore wind power and photovoltaic power generation, and promote the balance of new energy in various places. Development and improvement of the efficiency of subsidies for renewable energy tariffs. Recently, the National Development and Reform Commission issued the "Notice on Improving the Electricity Pricing Policy for Onshore Wind Power Photovoltaic Power Generation" to appropriately reduce the price of new onshore wind power and photovoltaic power generation.
According to the reduction of project cost and the appropriate level of project capital return rate, the "Notice" clarifies that the benchmark electricity price for onshore wind power projects will be reduced by 2 cents for the first, second and third resource areas in 2016 and 2018, respectively. 3 cents, the four types of resource areas are reduced by 1 cent and 2 cents respectively.
Benchmark price for photovoltaic power generation:
In 2016, the first-class and second-class resource areas were reduced by 10 cents and 7 cents respectively, and the three types of resource zones were reduced by 2 cents.
At the same time, it is pointed out that distributed photovoltaic power generation projects using building roofs and ancillary sites are allowed to be changed to the “full online” mode when the conditions are met, and the power generation of “full online” projects is determined by the grid enterprises according to the local photovoltaic power plants. Internet benchmarking price acquisition.
The "Notice" pointed out that local governments should be encouraged to determine the relevant new energy project owners and on-grid tariffs through market-based methods such as bidding, but the on-grid tariffs formed through competition should not be higher than the national benchmark on-grid tariffs.
As the relevant state departments gradually improve the current situation of “abandoning the wind” and “abandoning the light”, the adjusted benchmark electricity price policy will still maintain strong support for the new energy industry.