The hottest wind power installation and the great

2022-08-22
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According to the latest data, by the end of 2010, the total installed capacity of wind power in China had reached 41.827 million KW, an increase of 62% year-on-year over 2009, surpassing the United States for the first time (by the end of 2010, the total installed capacity of wind power in the United States had reached 40 million KW), Thus, it has officially become the world's largest country with wind power installed capacity. On January 12, Li Junfeng, deputy director of the Energy Research Institute of the national development and Reform Commission, announced at the press conference to celebrate that China's installed capacity of wind power ranked first in the world. According to reports, it has become a fact that China ranks first in the world in terms of wind power installed capacity

during the 11th Five Year Plan period, China's wind power installed capacity gathered the scale effect of the development of China's wind power industry. However, at the beginning of the 12th Five Year Plan, more and more people in the industry called for paying more attention to the quality of the future development of wind power in addition to pursuing the growth of installed capacity. This call has gradually been responded by policy makers. At the 2011 Forum on review and Prospect of renewable energy development held on January 12, Liang Zhipeng, deputy director of the Department of new and renewable energy of the national energy administration, said that through the country's strong support for the development of the wind power industry in recent years, wind power technology and equipment manufacturing, as well as related economic problems have been solved one after another, the primary task in the next five years is to pay close attention to the study of the consumption of wind power in the power market, We will strive to break the bottleneck of renewable energy power generation such as wind power

equal emphasis on quality has become the keynote of development

under the background of the great leap forward in wind power installation, emphasizing the development of quality undoubtedly injects a ray of spring breeze into the benign development of China's wind power industry. In fact, at the national energy work conference held on January 6, when Zhang Guobao, then director of the national energy administration, talked about the idea of the 12th Five Year Plan for wind power development, he repeatedly mentioned the words of combined installed capacity and power generation, which obviously went beyond the limitation of only mentioning installed capacity in the 11th Five Year Plan for renewable energy

"Liang Zhipeng said that the objective fact that power construction seriously lags behind the installed speed of wind power requires the industry to think more and more about the practical problem of how much wind power can be consumed in the next five years under the constraints of the power market.

according to the previous Research Report issued by state power, by 2015, the scale of wind power that can be absorbed within the scope of power coverage will reach 100million kW, and by 2020 it will reach 150million kW. In the 12th Five Year Plan of the national energy administration Lu Zhong also proposed that by the end of 2015, the installed capacity of wind power should reach 90million to 100million kW. Liang Zhipeng said that the target of 90million kW is the combined installed capacity. Some insiders believe that this is obviously the rational positioning of the installed capacity put forward by the policy makers from the perspective of development quality. In order to avoid wind power and indigestion at that time, if the current annual growth rate is doubled, the installed capacity will soar to 150million kW in 2015

power transmission has begun to layout

but some experts pointed out that the power consumption capacity of 100million kW is only a goal put forward from the perspective of technical feasibility, and the specific implementation may be full of uncertainty due to the constraints of the lagging power receiving system and market consumption mechanism. In this regard, Li Junfeng told China energy news that this requires the state to clarify the power market for cross regional wind power transmission and formulate corresponding transmission plans as soon as possible on the basis of wind power construction and power planning. At present, the first thing to do well should be to approve the construction plan of several 10 patent export channels for wind power in a wider range of large-scale wind power bases planned by the state, such as East and West Mongolia, Jiuquan, Gansu, Hami, Xinjiang, etc. He said that at present, the wind power from eastern Mongolia to Western Mongolia is only exported to Hebei and Beijing, and the wind power from Jiuquan, Gansu Province is only transported to Lanzhou and Xi'an, and the scale of market consumption is still very limited. According to the 2011 work plan of the national energy administration, a number of new projects will be built this year, including 5 million kW in Jiuquan phase II in Gansu Province, 2 million kW in Hami, Xinjiang, and 2 million kW in Kailu, Inner Mongolia. The expansion of the installed capacity will make the demand for wind power transmission plans in several major bases more urgent

in order to avoid possible indigestion, the 2011 national energy work conference has begun to put forward the idea of formulating wind power transmission planning. According to the national energy administration, the basic consideration of the current policy is that the wind power bases in Hebei and Mengxi will mainly supply power to North China in the near future, and Shandong power will be required to receive some power and electricity around 2020. Mongolia Dongfeng Power Base recently sent power to northeast and North China. Gansu Jiuquan wind power base and Xinjiang Hami base will be sent to the northwest in the near future and to central China in the long term

however, in addition to the emphasis on improving the scale of cross regional consumption of wind power, in the idea of the 12th Five Year Plan of energy, attention is paid to the on-site conversion and utilization of wind power, and expanding the ways of on-site consumption of wind power has also been mentioned many times for China's electrolytic aluminum industry. Liang Zhipeng said that according to the research done by relevant parties, in a large region, if every 10million kW of wind power installed capacity can guarantee 70% of the generated power to be sent out, it can basically meet the demand of market consumption capacity. According to this analysis, some industry experts believe that the remaining 30% belongs to the local consumption category and will not be included in the delivery plan. On the issue of local consumption, Liang Zhipeng pointed out that at present, the consensus reached by relevant research is that in the low peak period of power load, in order to ensure the full load operation of wind turbines, enterprises engaged in electrolytic aluminum, coal chemical industry and agricultural pumping irrigation can try to introduce this part of low peak power, and give appropriate concessions in power supply prices

Liang Zhipeng revealed that the research on the market mechanism of wind power consumption organized by the National Energy Administration in various regions and relevant enterprises and industry research institutions has been launched since the second half of last year, focusing on exploring the market mechanism of wind power from the technical and policy levels. It will soon produce systematic results and become the policy basis for solving the problem of wind power in the future

the demand for electricity price adjustment highlights

in solving the problem of wind power, the renewable energy law (Amendment) implemented in July last year and the measures for the administration of renewable energy generation quotas formulated by implementing this law are also considered to be a powerful tool. According to the interview, there is no specific timetable for the issuance of this document. On the issue of increasing wind power generation indicators, power generation enterprises seem to be generally lack of power

Yang Xiaosheng, chief engineer of Guodian Longyuan Power Group, said that on the issue of wind power consolidation, in addition to the constraints of technology and national policy factors, the obstacles encountered by local human factors are even more serious. He said that the randomness and exclusiveness of some local governments in approving projects have made qualified wind power developers such as Longyuan Group often encounter vicious competition from local enterprises, as well as the non cooperation of local power on the issue of merger, which has increased the cost and difficulty of power generation for wind power enterprises

on the issue of further improving the wind power generation indicators of power generation enterprises, Yang Xiaosheng suggested that the wind power tariffs should be further adjusted on the basis of the current determination of wind power tariffs according to the four types of resource areas

in this regard, Shi Pengfei, an authoritative wind power expert, said in an interview with China energy news that the current policy environment for wind power, which constitutes the four major industrial chains, has changed significantly due to the reduction in the actual development benefits of wind power caused by the difficulty of wind power and the abandonment of wind power, as well as the new value-added tax system, which has reduced local revenues from the development of wind energy resources, thereby increasing the cost of wind power development in a disguised manner. Therefore, Shi Pengfei said that in the future, it is necessary to formulate appropriate and reasonable electricity prices according to the actual development situation of wind power, continue to maintain stable market demand, and establish an effective cost price benefit sharing mechanism. (guolifang)

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