Solar photovoltaic projects in China
China has one of the largest markets of renewables in the world and has rich solar resources across its territory. Although China has been initially slow in developing its own solar market, the start of 2010 saw the solar energy market start to gather momentum.
In January this year, China raised its solar target for the fourth time in two years to 35GW of solar by 2015. At around the same time, China also announced a 10GW installation goal for 2013.
Government subsidies for solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in China are granted through special programmes, such as the PV Building Demonstration Program, the Golden Sun Program and the Feed-in-Tariff. China is currently changing the present solar Feed-in-Tariff in order to further improve the domestic solar market…
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