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The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology "Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" 20 major changes!

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Change one
"Specifications for PV Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): New and rebuilt PV expansion projects with a minimum capital ratio of 20%.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition): Newly-built and rebuilt PV manufacturing projects with a minimum capital ratio of 20%.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2018 edition): Newly-built and expanded polysilicon manufacturing projects with a minimum capital ratio of 30%. Other new-build and expansion photovoltaic manufacturing projects have a minimum capital ratio of 20%.

Change two
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2013 edition): When the list of compliance with the specification is applied, the actual output in the previous year is not less than 50% of the capacity requirement of the specification (2013 version)
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition): The actual production in the previous year was not lower than 50% of the capacity requirement of the specification (2013 version) when applying for compliance with the list of specifications.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (version 2018): The actual production in the previous year when applying for the compliance list was not less than 50% of the actual production capacity in the previous year.

Photovoltaic manufacturing companies should meet the changing requirements according to product type:
Change three
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2013 edition):
1. The size of the polysilicon project is more than 3,000 tons per year;
2. The annual production capacity of silicon ingot is not less than 1000 tons;
3. The annual production capacity of silicon rods is not less than 1,000 tons;
4. The annual production capacity of silicon wafers is no less than 50 million pieces;
5. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon battery is not less than 200MWp;
6. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon modules is not less than 200MWp;
7. Annual capacity of thin-film battery modules is not less than 50MWp

"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition):
1. The size of each polysilicon project is not less than 3,000 tons per year;
2. The annual production capacity of silicon ingot is not less than 1000 tons;
3. The annual production capacity of silicon rods is not less than 1,000 tons;
4. The annual production capacity of silicon wafers is no less than 50 million pieces;
5. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon battery is not less than 200MWp;
6. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon modules is not less than 200MWp;
7. The annual production capacity of thin-film battery modules is not less than 50MWp;
8. Inverter annual production capacity is not less than 200MWp (miniature inverter is not less than 10MWp).

"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (version 2018):
1. The size of each polysilicon project is not less than 3,000 tons per year;
2. The annual production capacity of silicon ingot is not less than 1000 tons;
3. The annual production capacity of silicon rods is not less than 1,000 tons;
4. The annual production capacity of silicon wafers is no less than 50 million pieces;
5. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon battery is not less than 200MWp;
6. The annual production capacity of crystalline silicon modules is not less than 200MWp;
7. The annual production capacity of thin-film battery modules is not less than 50MWp;
8. The annual capacity of inverter is not less than 200MWp (miniature inverter is not less than 10MWp).

Existing photovoltaic manufacturers and project products should meet the requirements of changes:
Change four
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2013 edition):
Polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) have a minority lifetime of more than 2μs, a resistivity of 1-3Ω.cm, a carbon and oxygen content of less than 16 and 18PPMA, respectively; single-crystal silicon has a lifetime of more than 10μs and a resistivity of 1-3Ω. .cm, carbon, oxygen content is less than 10 and 18PPMA, respectively.
"Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry Specification" (2015 Edition):
Polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) have a minority lifetime of more than 2μs, carbon and oxygen contents of less than 10 and 16PPMA, respectively; single-crystal silicon wafers have a minority lifetime of more than 10μs, and carbon and oxygen contents of less than 1 and 16PPMA, respectively.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (version 2018):
Polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) have a minority lifetime of more than 2μs, carbon and oxygen contents of less than 10 and 16PPMA, respectively; single-crystal silicon wafers have a minority lifetime of more than 10μs, and carbon and oxygen contents of less than 1 and 16PPMA, respectively.

Change five
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiency of polycrystalline silicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is required to be not less than 16% and 17%, respectively.
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition): Requirements The photoelectric conversion efficiency of polycrystalline silicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is not less than 17% and 18.5%, respectively.
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (version 2018): Requirements The minimum photoelectric conversion efficiency of polycrystalline silicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is not less than 18% and 19.5%, respectively.

Change 6
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2013 edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiencies of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules are not less than 14.5% and 15.5%, respectively.
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiencies of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules are not less than 15.5% and 16%, respectively.
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (Version 2018): The minimum photoelectric conversion efficiency of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules is not less than 16% and 16.8%, respectively.

Change 7
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): Photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, CIGS, CdTe, and other thin-film battery modules are not less than 8%, 10%, and 11%, respectively 10%.
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (2015 Edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), cadmium telluride (CdTe), and other thin-film battery modules are not less than 8%, 11%, and 11%, respectively. 10%.
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (Version 2018): Photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, CIGS, CdTe, and other thin-film solar modules are not less than 8%, 13%, and 12%, respectively 10%.

Change 8
The "photovoltaic manufacturing industry regulatory conditions" (2015 edition, 2018 edition) increased the requirements for photovoltaic inverters compared to the 2013 edition.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 Edition): China's weighted efficiency of photovoltaic inverters with transformers shall not be less than 96%, and China's weighted efficiency of photovoltaic inverters without transformers shall not be less than 98%. The relevant indicators are not less than 94% and 95% respectively.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2018 edition): China's weighted efficiency of photovoltaic inverters with transformers shall not be less than 96%, and China's weighted efficiency of photovoltaic inverters without transformers shall not be lower than 98% (single-phase two). Photovoltaic inverter-related indicators for the topological structure are not less than 94.5% and 96.8%, respectively; micro-inverter-related indicators are not less than 94.3% and 95.5%, respectively.

Changes in the requirements of new and reconstructed enterprises and project products that should be met:
Change 9
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (2013 Edition): Polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) have a minority lifetime of more than 2.5 μs, a resistivity of 1-3 Ω.cm, and a carbon and oxygen content of less than 8 and 6 ppm, respectively; monocrystalline silicon The lifetime of the tablet is less than 11μs, the resistivity is 1-3Ω.cm, and the carbon and oxygen contents are less than 8 and 6PPMA, respectively.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The lifetime of the polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) is greater than 2.5μs, the carbon and oxygen contents are less than 8 and 6PPMA, respectively; the lifetime of single-crystal silicon wafers is greater than 11μs, carbon and oxygen. The content is less than 1 and 16PPMA, respectively.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2018 edition): The lifetime of polycrystalline silicon wafers (including quasi-monocrystalline silicon wafers) is greater than 2.5μs, the carbon and oxygen contents are less than 8 and 6PPMA, respectively; the lifetime of single-crystal silicon wafers is greater than 11μs, carbon and oxygen. The content is less than 1 and 16PPMA, respectively.

Change ten
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2013 edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiency of polycrystalline silicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is not less than 18% and 20%, respectively.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiency of polysilicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is not less than 18.5% and 20%, respectively.
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2018 edition): The minimum photoelectric conversion efficiency of polysilicon cells and monocrystalline silicon cells is not less than 19% and 21%, respectively.

Change Eleven
“Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2013 Edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiencies of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules are not less than 16.5% and 17.5%, respectively.
"Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (2015 edition): The photoelectric conversion efficiencies of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules are not less than 16.5% and 17%, respectively.
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (Version 2018): The minimum photoelectric conversion efficiencies of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules are not less than 17% and 17.8%, respectively.

Change twelve
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): Photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), cadmium telluride (CdTe) and other thin-film battery modules are not less than 12%, 12%, and 13%, respectively , 12%.
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2015 Edition): Photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), cadmium telluride (CdTe), and other thin-film battery modules are not less than 12%, 13%, and 13%, respectively , 12%.
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (Version 2018): Photoelectric conversion efficiencies of silicon-based, copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), cadmium telluride (CdTe), and other thin-film battery modules are not less than 12%, 14%, and 14%, respectively 12%.

Change 13
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): The decay rate of polycrystalline silicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules is not higher than 3.2% and 4.2% within 2 years, and is not higher than 20% within 25 years; the attenuation rate of thin-film battery modules is Not more than 5% within 2 years and no more than 20% within 25 years.
“Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry” (2015 Edition): The attenuation rate of polycrystalline silicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules is not higher than 2.5% and 3% within 1 year, and is not higher than 20% within 25 years; the attenuation rate of thin film battery modules is It is not higher than 5% within one year and not higher than 20% within 25 years.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The decay rate of polysilicon battery modules and monocrystalline silicon battery modules is not higher than 2.5% and 3% in the first year, and is not higher than 0.7% in subsequent years, and is not higher than 20% in 25 years. The decay rate of thin-film battery modules is not higher than 5% for the first year, and is not higher than 0.4% per year for subsequent years, and is not higher than 15% for 25 years.

The energy consumption of photovoltaic manufacturing projects should meet the requirements of changes:
Change 14
“Specifications for PV Manufacturing Industry” (2013 Edition): Current polysilicon project reduction power consumption is less than 80 kWh/kg, integrated power consumption is less than 140 kWh/kg; new construction and reconstruction project reduction power consumption is less than 60 kWh/kg The integrated power consumption is less than 100 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): Existing polysilicon projects have a reduction power consumption of less than 65 kWh/kg, an integrated power consumption of less than 120 kWh/kg, and new-build and reconstruction projects with a reduction power consumption of less than 55 kWh/kg. The integrated power consumption is less than 100 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): Current polysilicon project reduction power consumption is less than 60 kWh/kg, integrated power consumption is less than 100 kWh/kg; new construction and reconstruction project reduction power consumption is less than 50 kWh/kg The integrated power consumption is less than 80 kWh/kg.

Change fifteen
“Specifications for PV Manufacturing Industry” (2013 Edition): The average integrated energy consumption of existing silicon ingot projects is less than 9 kWh/kg, and the new and reconstructed expansion projects are less than 7 kWh/kg; if polycrystalline ingot furnace production orders are used For crystal or high-efficiency polycrystalline products, the increase in average overall energy consumption of the project shall not exceed 0.5 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 Edition): The average integrated energy consumption of existing silicon ingot projects is less than 8.5 kWh/kg, and the new construction and renovation and expansion project is less than 7 kWh/kg; if polycrystalline ingot furnace production orders are used For crystal or high-efficiency polycrystalline products, the increase in average overall energy consumption of the project shall not exceed 0.5 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (Version 2018): The average integrated power consumption of existing silicon ingot projects is less than 8.5 kWh/kg, and the new construction and renovation and expansion project is less than 7 kWh/kg; if polycrystalline ingot furnace production orders are used For crystal or high-efficiency polycrystalline products, the increase in the average integrated power consumption of the project shall not exceed 0.5 kWh/kg.

Change 16
“Specifications for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2013 Edition): The average integrated energy consumption of the existing silicon rod project is less than 50 kWh/kg, and the new construction and reconstruction expansion project is less than 45 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The average integrated energy consumption of the existing silicon rod project is less than 45 kWh/kg, and the new construction and reconstruction expansion project is less than 40 kWh/kg.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (Version 2018): The average integrated power consumption of the existing silicon rod project is less than 45 kWh/kg, and the new and reconstructed expansion project is less than 40 kWh/kg.

Change Seventeen
“Specifications for PV Manufacturing Industry” (2013 Edition): The average integrated energy consumption of the existing polysilicon film projects is less than 600,000 kWh/million, and the new construction and renovation and expansion projects are less than 550,000 kWh/million; existing single crystals The average integrated energy consumption of silicon wafer projects is less than 400,000 kWh/million, and the number of new and reconstructed expansion projects is less than 350,000 kWh/million.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The average integrated energy consumption of the existing polysilicon film projects is less than 450,000 kwh/million, and the new construction and renovation and expansion projects are less than 400,000 kwh/million; existing single crystals The average integrated energy consumption of silicon wafer projects is less than 400,000 kWh/million, and the number of new and reconstructed expansion projects is less than 350,000 kWh/million.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (Version 2018): The average integrated power consumption of existing polycrystalline silicon wafers is less than 450,000 kWh/million, and the number of newly built and rebuilt expansion projects is less than 400,000 kWh/million; existing single crystals The average integrated power consumption of silicon wafer projects is less than 400,000 kWh/million, and the number of newly built and reconstructed expansion projects is less than 350,000 kWh/million.

Change 18
“Specifications for PV Manufacturing Industry” (2013 Edition): The average overall energy consumption of battery projects is less than 150,000 kWh/MWp.
“Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry” (2015 edition): The average overall energy consumption of a battery project is less than 100,000 kWh/MWp.
"Regulations for photovoltaic manufacturing industry" (version 2018): The average integrated power consumption of a battery project is less than 90,000 kWh/MWp.

Change 19
"Specifications for Photovoltaic Manufacturing Industry" (2013 Edition): The average integrated energy consumption of crystalline silicon solar cell module projects is less than 80,000 kWh/MWp; thin-film battery packs

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