Jiangxi Fu Jing Amperex Technology Limited
Address: Guixi Economic Development Zone, Jiangxi
Contact: Wang master
Cell phone: 15207016789
Zip code: 335400
Web site: www.fj-solar.com
China's solar energy resources are very rich, the theoretical reserves of 17000 million tons of standard coal per year. The potential of the development and utilization of solar energy resources is very wide. China's photovoltaic power industry started in 1970s and entered a period of steady development in the middle of 90s. The output of solar cells and components increased steadily year by year. After more than 30 years of effort, a new stage of rapid development has been ushered in. China's photovoltaic industry is developing rapidly, thanks to national projects such as "Guangming Engineering" pilot projects and "power transmission to the countryside" project and the strong promotion of the world PV market.
In 2007, the production of photovoltaic cells in China exceeded Germany and Japan for the first time, ranking first in the world. In 2008, production continued to rise to 2 million KW. Over the past 5 years, the output of photovoltaic cells in China has increased by 1-3 times annually. The proportion of photovoltaic cell output to global output has increased from 1.07% in 2002 to nearly 15% in 2008. The efficiency of commercialized crystal silicon solar cells also increased from 13%-14% 3 years ago to 16%-17%.
The financial crisis triggered by the subprime mortgage problem in the United States spread rapidly from the Wall Street to the global market, resulting in the collapse of some financial institutions. The stock market continued to slump, and oil prices fell sharply. China's photovoltaic power industry has developed rapidly in recent years, and has become a World Solar Valley with the attention of the government, the active stock market, the favor of the wind investment and the gathering of all walks of life. As equipment, raw materials and market three outside, it has great dependence on the United States, Europe and Japan and other international markets. With this financial crisis, especially the collapse of international oil prices, it will have a great impact on investment and export orders of China's photovoltaic industry, but the huge impact of the financial crisis on photovoltaic industry will be digested at some time in the future. In the long run, the policy driving force of the world PV market still exists, and the growth of the photovoltaic industry is still strong.