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Wang, B. (2016) China’s Installed Capacity and Power Generation of Hydropower Top First Globally. Energy Research and Information, No. 1, 10.

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  • TITLE: Analysis of Status of Photovoltaic and Wind Power Abandoned in China

    AUTHORS: Shimin Li, Jing Wang, Qiong Liu, Lingyan Li, Yaping Hua, Wei Liu

    KEYWORDS: Wind and Solar Power Abandoned, Renewable Energy, Power Consumption

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, Vol.5 No.1, January 25, 2017

    ABSTRACT: It was reported that the total installed capacity of photovoltaic power in China has reached 43.5 GW [1] at the end of 2015. With the vast territory and abundant solar energy resources in western part of China, more than 50 percent of photovoltaic power stations and wind farms were built there. In recent years, influenced by such factors as rapid growth in installed capacity of PV power stations and wind farms, power generation districts far away from power consumption load as well as its mismatch in transmission line, the phenomenon of abandoning solar and wind power has already restricted severely the normal operation of photovoltaic and wind power generation. It has greatly reduced the enthusiasm of the investors and constructors for investing and building power stations. This paper, based on the status in quo of power generation market and power supply in China, analyzes multi-aspect reasons for the phenomenon of abandoning solar and wind power and discusses their solutions.