As one of the world's second largest populations and one of the BRIC countries, India has unique lighting resources and geographical advantages. In the past three years, with the clearing of the Indian government's PV policy, by June this year, the ongoing projects have reached 4.5 GW, and the development momentum is strong.
On October 24th, Sun Jianjiang, the chairman of Jinggong Technology, and Wu Haixiang, the deputy general manager of the company, went to New Delhi, India to participate in the three-day 2010 India International Solar and Photovoltaic Exhibition. On the first day of the exhibition, Liu Qi, deputy director of the National Energy Administration, visited the booth of Jinggong Technology and made full communication and communication with Sun Jianjiang, chairman of Jinggong Technology, on the development of new energy industry. Indian President Pratibat Patil went to the exhibition to attend the opening ceremony, and the Indian government attached great importance to the exhibition.
The exhibition is mainly based on solar photovoltaic modules and auxiliary materials, with more than 500 companies participating. Among them, equipment manufacturers account for 30%. Components and accessories account for 40% and 30% each. India is one of the fastest growing developing countries in the past three years. Like China, the Indian government will focus on developing commercial photovoltaic buildings in New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad in the next five years, and building large-scale power generation in the southern and western plains. Station, through the geographical advantage to support the development of public photovoltaic industry. From the current industrial distribution point of view, India is mainly based on battery and component production. The old manufacturers such as Moserbaer and Bhel mainly produce solar cells. With the rapid development of large factories such as Bptata, Indosolar and LANCO, in the future India's demand for silicon wafers will greatly exceed that of 2008 and 2009, while the ingot and slicing industry is almost blank in India. From the perspective of industrial autonomy, accelerating the development of the wafer industry in India will be the trend next year, and it is imperative.
The promotion of photovoltaic equipment such as JJL500 ingot furnace in the Indian market is also the first publicity of Jinggong Technology in South Asia after the European and East Asian markets. Jingong Technology's JJL500 ingot furnace technology is currently leading the world, which has led many companies and related investors in this field to pay attention to the advantages and advantages of high-end technology of Jinggong Ingot Furnace, so it is also consistent at this India PV Exhibition. Being optimistic by industry experts. In 2011, the photovoltaic industry will continue its good development momentum in 2010. Jinggong Technology will develop and expand India as one of the major overseas markets, and formulate corresponding measures according to the characteristics and technical conditions of the Indian market to meet client needs.
As a window for external understanding between Jinggong Technology and the global PV renewable energy countries, this exhibition will give us a deeper understanding of the dynamics of South Asia, especially India, as a developing country's photovoltaic industry, and grasp this year's economic recovery. The latest needs of the industry and a forward-looking perspective. On the other hand, this promotion also allows Jinggong Technology to show its strong technical foundation. As a well-known high-tech enterprise in China and relying on a complete industrial chain, it is believed that the photovoltaic equipment of Jinggong Technology will have a good market in South Asia. reward!