China Renewable Energy Development Project Office, a study report shows that despite Renewable energy is the future of humanity's most important source of energy, but without strong regulations and policies to promote the most natural development of renewable energy is far less than the alternative required speed.
In the 1970s, Japanese residents roof of the grid as the target, the implementation of government subsidies for PV systems, the initial cost of subsidies to achieve 70% of PV systems, PV flexible solar panels systems with lower costs, subsidies also reduced, by 2006, Japan subsidy policy has been canceled. At this point the cost of photovoltaic power generation in
conventional power generation cost is quite close. Japan
2006 German market than Japan, mainly due to Germany in 2004 to revise the implementation of the "whole network flat" matching "Tariff Act", making the rapid decline in the cost of photovoltaic power generation. PV systems installed capacity per doubling costs decreased by 20%. From 2004 to 2007, three-year tariff was reduced by about 17%.
Although China in 2006, the implementation of the "Renewable Energy Law", but because of this legislation "tariff" for photovoltaic solar panels china power generation not yet in place, so far, the power sector has not yet formally accepted the photovoltaic electricity, the country has built a demonstration project still in accordance with the pilot projects and networks, thus PV market development in China is still slow.
China Renewable Energy Association executive director, Solar Energy Research Institute of Shanghai Jiaotong University Professor Cui Rongqiang that China PV subsidy policy on not specific, to start the domestic PV market can be divided into different stages, the initial mode may not be entirely a simple tariff adopted in Germany subsidies, but subsidies can take the initial installation and electricity subsidies combined. This will help promote the development of the PV market, the basis for the accumulation of large-scale applications.