Investment and Financing Mechanism of China’s Distributed Solar PV | Beijing Energy Network


by Project Pengyou on August 27th, 2014   1161 views

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  • 27/08/2014
    7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

  • Swanport Café (鸿芷咖啡馆)
    Galaxy SOHO, Room 10320, Floor 3, Block A, Nanzhugan Hutong #2
    Beijing
    China
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Investment and Financing Mechanism of China’s Distributed Solar PV | Beijing Energy Network

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Despite basically mature PV technologies and in-place policy and management systems, the financing mechanism fails to adapt to diversified PV applications and emerges as a prominent issue. PV power generation in 2013 necessitates a minimum investment of RMB 100 billion. It should attract great attention of all kinds of investors and financial institutions; however, the financing difficulty is the biggest obstacle because China’s financial system still mainly serves the traditional model for energy production and lacks the appropriate financial mechanism for scalable distributed PV projects.

Wednesday, August 27, 7:30pm
“Investment and Financing Mechanism of China’s Distributed Solar PV”
Peng Peng, Director of Policy Research, China Renewable Energy Industries Association
Beijing Energy Network | Beijing Energy & Environment Roundtable (BEER)
Swanport Café (鸿芷咖啡), Galaxy SOHO, Room 10320, Floor 3, Block A, Nanzhugan Hutong #2 | 30 RMB | Talk in Chinese, Bilingual Slides | Open to Public
 
Despite basically mature PV technologies and in-place policy and management systems, the financing mechanism fails to adapt to diversified PV applications and emerges as a prominent issue. PV power generation in 2013 necessitates a minimum investment of RMB 100 billion. It should attract great attention of all kinds of investors and financial institutions; however, the financing difficulty is the biggest obstacle because China’s financial system still mainly serves the traditional model for energy production and lacks the appropriate financial mechanism for scalable distributed PV projects.
 
Ms. Peng Peng works as Policy Research Director in CREIA. She participates varies background projects and in charge of research projects that included China Wind Outlook 2013, China PV Outlook 2013, etc. She has rich experiences in renewable energy, climate change and carbon market, especially in policy research, financing and carbon trading. She used to work in Beijing Environment Exchange as senior manager for creating China carbon market more than 3 years. She involved in local environment exchange’s building up and promoting low carbon development strategy. She obtains Master degree from Gothenburg University in Sweden.

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