26 Apr '14, 1pm

Fotovoltaico, Cina boom China caps 2014 solar subsidies at 14 GW

China caps 2014 solar subsidies at 14 GW 12. February 2014 | Investor news , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers | By: Ian Clover The National Energy Administration will hand out regional quotas for individual provinces based on local demand and resource, with projects that exceed the quota ineligible for the subsidy. Subsidies for new solar installations in China in 2014 are to be capped to the first 14 GW, broken down by province and region.Astronergy Energy regulators in China, the world's largest solar market , have set a 14 GW limit on solar power installations that will be eligible for subsidies in 2014. Any capacity added that exceeds the national limit – or a regional limit set at state and province level – will not be eligible for the subsidies. Various quotas are to be introduced for each of China's provinces, based on local demand and capacity, as well as t...

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