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The introduction of new wind power technology standards is facing a "reshuffle"

on August 5, the National Energy Administration issued 18 important technical standards urgently needed for the development of the wind power industry, such as the technical code for the design of large wind farms, which will be implemented from November 1, 2011. Analysts pointed out that this move is conducive to breaking through the current bottleneck of China's wind power development and realizing the transformation from a large wind power to a powerful wind power

the future development of wind power in China should change from the pursuit of speed to the pursuit of quality, and from the pursuit of installed capacity to the pursuit of wind power generation, which requires the establishment of an advanced wind power standard system. Liu Qi, deputy director of the national energy administration, said

in recent years, China's wind power industry has developed rapidly, and has become a real world wind power country in terms of installed capacity, development scale and wind turbine manufacturing capacity

according to the data from the national energy administration, China's wind power industry has doubled for five consecutive years, and its total installed capacity has leapt to the first in the world. In the first quarter of this year, China's wind power generation reached 8.8 billion kwh, an increase of 60.4%, 49.8, 27.5 and 43 percentage points higher than thermal power, hydropower and nuclear power respectively, ranking first among major energy power generation

in addition to the Jiuquan wind power base in Gansu Province, there are currently seven ten million kilowatt wind power bases in China, including East Inner Mongolia, West Inner Mongolia, Northeast China, Hebei, Xinjiang, Jiangsu and Shandong, which are also under planning and construction. The future development of wind power will also change from centralized large-scale development to both large-scale development and decentralized development

by the end of this year, all provinces, autonomous regions and cities except Tibet will have wind power and power generation. Liu Qi disclosed

with the rapid development of wind power, China's wind power equipment manufacturing capacity is also advancing by leaps and bounds. According to the data of the national energy administration, at present, China has the batch manufacturing capacity of 1500 kW to 3000 kW wind turbines, 5000 kW high-capacity units have also been offline, and units above 5000 kW are under development

however, growing up is often accompanied by worries. Industry insiders pointed out that the biggest bottleneck encountered in the development of wind power in China is that, on the one hand, wind power is developing rapidly, but on the other hand, due to the relative lag of the technical standard system, it is difficult to develop

apart from the price factor, from the technical point of view, the lack of standards and the lack of standardized implementation have increased the instability of wind power and led to some indigestion. Said a researcher from China Guodian United Power Technology Co., Ltd

according to insiders, in recent years, China has successfully reduced the electricity price of wind power and the cost of wind power equipment through the introduction of market operation mechanism through the way of wind power concession. However, in the technical standard system related to the whole industrial chain of wind power equipment manufacturing, installation, maintenance and detection, there are either gaps, or they have been formulated early, the update is too slow, or European standards have been adopted, Facing the special situation of wind power in China, some people are not acclimatized

the wind power technical standards released this time mainly solve the problem of "no". For example, among the original more than 200 technical standards, only 24 involve offshore wind power. Therefore, the first thing to do is to fill the gap. Li Ye, director of the Department of energy conservation, science and technology equipment of the national energy administration, said

standard localization is also considered. Most of China's wind turbine technologies are purchased from abroad. These technologies are suitable for the European wind power environment. If they are not improved, their direct use will have an impact on China's power

some problems exposed in the development of wind power in recent years, for example, some enterprises, including well-known enterprises, have had many accidents such as fan falling off and collapsing, which also urgently need to prescribe prescriptions from the technical level

wind turbine manufacturing, quality assurance system, installation, operation, maintenance and management, as well as real-time detection and fault diagnosis technology adapted to national conditions. With the implementation of new standards, the wind power industry is bound to set off a large-scale reshuffle

however, some foreign wind power equipment manufacturers worry that China's introduction of new wind power technology standards may raise the technical threshold for foreign-funded enterprises to enter the Chinese market. In this regard, relevant experts said that the formulation of domestic technical standards is an internationally accepted practice. It is expected that these standards issued by the domestic industry are a pair of extrusion production lines for enterprises in China. The purpose is to eliminate backward production capacity, put an end to low-level reconstruction, and ensure the healthy development of the industry

at present, there are more than 80 main engine manufacturers in China, and the production capacity far exceeds the investment demand of wind power in China. Improving the existing domestic technical standard system related to wind power generation is conducive to accelerating the process of merger and reorganization of wind power manufacturing industry

while revising and improving the domestic wind power standard system, China is also actively going out and participating in the formulation of international standards. China is working hard to improve its position in the International Electrotechnical Commission, hoping to obtain information in the formulation of international standards: a greater voice. Liu Qi said

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