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The 12th Five Year Plan: a new starting point for the adjustment of energy strategy

Lin Boqiang pointed out in the 2006 issue of China Science and technology award that understanding and understanding the phased characteristics of economic development is the basic starting point of China's energy and low-carbon policies. The four strategies for low-carbon energy transformation are: first, change the previous simple consideration of meeting energy demand from the energy supply side, and take energy conservation (energy demand side management) as an integral part of meeting energy demand. Second, change the strategic planning of energy supply and demand growth and energy structure that are only constrained by resources, and take carbon dioxide emissions as the constraint to meet energy demand, that is, add carbon dioxide emissions to the energy supply in energy demand. Third, change the consideration of energy security only from the energy supply side. Fourth, the strategic planning of each energy industry must be based on the overall energy level, and the previous strategic planning of each industry should be changed

current situation and challenges of the development of new energy industry

the research group on macro policy trends of the National Information Center wrote in the second issue of China's science and technology investment in 2011 that the basic idea of developing renewable energy in China in the next five years is to promote Hydropower to play the main role of renewable energy, take wind power as an important new force of renewable energy, and take solar energy as the renewable energy industry with the greatest follow-up potential, At the same time, promote the diversified development of biomass energy. The development goals of the main renewable energy industry in the next five years are preliminarily determined as the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation is 5million kW, and the installed capacity of wind power is 90million kW. However, it is expected that the photovoltaic and wind power industries are likely to exceed the target. In the next five years, we should also vigorously implement the electricity access policy and speed up the construction process of electricity supporting facilities to meet the electricity demand of the rapid development of renewable energy industry. In the next five years, China's renewable energy should strive to connect with the development of electricity, focusing on solving the bottleneck problem of renewable energy such as large-scale wind power bases

how should the government support the development of new energy industry

Zhou Dadi expressed his view in the 10th issue of China's economy and informatization in 2011: the government's support for the new energy industry is like watering flowers. Under limited economic conditions, we should give preferential support and watch the flowers water. Water where there are beautiful flowers, and water less if there are not beautiful flowers. Those industries with weak market competitiveness must find ways to make them more beautiful. Enterprises need to concentrate on scientific and technological innovation. In terms of mastering core technologies, BASF (China) Co., Ltd., which is mainly engaged in investment or reinvestment in the chemical industry and related industries, has worked hard for a wholly foreign-owned limited liability company. Even if the technology is mature, it cannot expand production capacity indefinitely, not to mention that the current technology is not mature, and there are still many places to rely on technology and science and technology to improve. It is not simple to expand the manufacturing capacity that can stand in the new energy market

what are the main factors affecting the development of new energy

Hancheng pointed out in the article of resources and industry, Volume 13, issue 1, 2011 that in the era of low-carbon economy, the development and utilization of new energy has become an important way for countries to enhance their international competitiveness in the new century. In order to find out the key influencing factors and laws affecting the development of new energy in China, this paper uses the data of carbon dioxide emissions, energy prices, and the proportion of new energy consumption in the total energy consumption in years to construct a regression equation. The analysis found that in, the environmental problems caused by industrial emissions did not become the main factor affecting the development of new energy. The development of new energy is mainly determined by energy prices. New energy has not yet become a major part of the field of energy consumption. The development of new energy is still a way to avoid the supply and demand risks of the future international energy market. Through the analysis of the cost of new energy products, it can be seen that graphene, which causes the development status of new energy in China, is a material stronger and tougher than carbon fiber. The fundamental factors are high production costs and backward technology. Therefore, the key to the success or failure of new energy development is still technological innovation

is it efficient for listed companies to use funds by replacing the pendulum and sample base

Diao Huaihong wrote in the Journal of Guangdong University of foreign studies, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2011. Taking 84 New Energy Listed Companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen as samples, he divided them into five types of companies according to energy types: wind energy, solar energy, nuclear energy, clean development mechanism (CDM) and other new energy. He used economic value added (EVA) to empirically analyze the capital use efficiency of these five types of companies, It is found that the capital use efficiency of China's new energy listed companies is generally low, the capital value creation ability needs to be improved, and there are not many new energy listed companies that really bring benefits to the company. In terms of 3D printing technology that has been tried in the capital market, listed companies of new energy have little capital guidance ability and insufficient support. Therefore, the government needs to improve the policy system to support the development of these new energy sources, strengthen economic incentives, and form a long-term mechanism for the sustainable development of renewable energy

the development of China's new energy industry needs institutional innovation

Ren Dongming wrote in the first issue of Sino foreign energy in 2011 that China's new energy industry has entered a stage of rapid development, with continuous progress in new energy technology, rapid improvement in industrial scale, and rapid improvement in the level of new energy equipment manufacturing and industrialization technology research and development. The 12th Five Year Plan period will be a critical turning point for China's new energy industry to step into large-scale development from the initial stage. However, with the continuous expansion of the industrial scale, many problems have gradually emerged, which has become a bottleneck restricting the scale of China's new energy industry. For example, the cost is relatively high and the market competitiveness is weak; Insufficient investment in technology research and development and weak ability of independent innovation; The industrial system is weak and the supporting capacity is not strong; The industry management is loose, and the standard system and talent construction are seriously lagging behind; The policy system is imperfect and the measures are not matched. Analyzing the deep-seated reasons, the main reasons are that there is still insufficient understanding of the strategy of developing new energy, the electricity system is rigid, and there is a lack of flexible and reasonable pricing mechanism. Among them, whether the major power stations in the country can support each other and realize synchronous connection has become the biggest bottleneck restricting the large-scale development of new energy power in China. To solve the above problems, we must create conditions for the development of new energy through institutional innovation, which mainly includes reforming the legislative system, reforming the decision-making mechanism, introducing incentive mechanism and improving the policy framework

what are the core competencies of new energy enterprises

Peiyu pointed out in the 9th issue of science and technology management research in 2011 that the existing core competencies of new energy enterprises are:

(1) industrial advantages. The shortage of traditional energy and the growth of China's energy demand require the development of new energy enterprises in both directions. This core competency is shared by all new energy enterprises. (2) Potential market. The purpose of the development of new energy enterprises is to replace the traditional energy provided by coal, oil, natural gas, etc. from the perspective of long-term sustainable development, there is no doubt that the future energy market will be new energy enterprises. (3) Sufficient capital. Due to the promising prospect of the new energy industry, financial funds, financial funds, venture capital have entered, all want to take root in this industry as soon as possible, look for opportunities, and continue to develop, therefore, the new energy industry is not lack of capital. (4) Leading manufacturing technology. As a developing country, China has undertaken a large number of product manufacturing work in developed countries for a long time, forming China's leading manufacturing technology advantage, which is obvious to all, and has also laid a good manufacturing technology foundation for the development of China's new energy industry. These existing core competence points support the existing development of China's new energy enterprises

economic effects of China South Korea new energy industry cooperation

Yin yongwan, Gong Chi and Li Tianguo published a paper in the fourth issue of economic theory and economic management in 2011, pointing out that China and South Korea are facing three crises in energy: supply and demand, price and environment. Therefore, the development of new energy industry is urgent. Through VAR model analysis, the new energy industry cooperation between China and South Korea not only has practical needs, but also conforms to the political and economic development strategies of the two countries. In particular, the common interests of the two countries are the basis of bilateral new energy industry cooperation. Cooperation in the new energy industry can not only improve the energy security of the two countries, but also play an important role in the stability of the world energy market. Of course, there are some frictions and variables between the two countries, but we believe that the cooperation in the new energy industry will be an irreversible development trend, and its development prospects cannot be ignored. China and South Korea should grasp the overall development trend and advantageous factors from the overall situation, and cooperate to improve the development level of the new energy industry of the two countries

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