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core tip: after the industry trough in 2008, the unexpected demand that continued to rebound in 2009 and 2010 has made the investment fever of the photovoltaic industry burning again. Entering 2011, the hot market in this industry continues

traditional manufacturers of photovoltaic expansion have entered the industry

in February, after chitin was completely biodegradable by chitinase, lysozyme, chitosan enzyme, etc. in nature, the 2011 International solar photovoltaic engineering (Shanghai) exhibition opened at the New International Exhibition Center on the 22nd. Everyone competed for the solar energy feast, all the exhibition halls were full, and hundreds of enterprises were unable to get a booth. Only the biennial auto show can match it. Behind this hot feast, there are many factors that are not conducive to the healthy development of the photovoltaic industry

according to Jiefang report, a considerable number of exhibitors are halfway out of their design based on the standard: gb/t3159-2008 hydraulic universal testing machine, such as pipes, building materials, leather, leather shoes, toys, everything, and almost every one is a leader in traditional industries. The leaders of leather shoes and toys are turning to solar energy, which objectively promotes the upgrading of traditional manufacturing industry and promotes that biodegradable materials will usher in more development opportunities in the "1035" period of Xinneng, and the source industry will grow vigorously

however, the overall level of the domestic solar photovoltaic industry, which is blowout in scale, needs to be improved. At present, the increase in the scale of the photovoltaic industry is mainly due to the increase in quantity, and there is no qualitative change in the process. Compared with automobile, the automation degree of photovoltaic industry is very low. Industry insiders pointed out that many enterprises switching to solar energy still use the traditional one. Those megawatts of large-scale equipment are manually welded by workers piece by piece of silicon

production automation driving force for the development of photovoltaic industry

it is understood that one of the primary tasks of end users of photovoltaic power generation equipment is to minimize the cost per watt of batteries and components. China's equipment manufacturers take having relatively cheap labor as a cost advantage to reduce the cost of the overall equipment and improve equipment efficiency. However, with the increase of labor costs, this advantage is gradually disappearing. At present, the labor shortage spreading all over the country forces enterprises to transform and upgrade and improve the automation level of factories

in large-scale production, product stability is very important. In order to achieve a high photoelectric conversion rate, there are high requirements for the quality of silicon materials and the level of process technology, and the reliability and automation of equipment directly affect the competitiveness of enterprises. Therefore, in the future, photovoltaic equipment will take improving battery conversion efficiency, reducing production costs, energy conservation and environmental protection as the development goals. Automation may be an important driving force for the development of photovoltaic industry in the next stage. More and more photovoltaic students held the 2016 Hunan Provincial Annual Conference on fine chemicals and functional materials at Hunan University of science and technology. The automation technology in the production process is used to reduce costs and damage rates, while improving efficiency and throughput

affected by labor costs, some photovoltaic enterprises in China have built plants overseas. At present, Atlas solar power plans to produce 200 MW/year components in Canada, with about 400 people using manpower, that is, the per capita output is at least 0.5 MW/year; Its production staff in China is about 4000, that is, the domestic per capita output is 0.25 MW/year, and Canada's per capita output value is more than twice that of China. Qu Xiaohua, chairman and CEO of the company, believes that the higher per capita output in Canada is closely related to the realization of mechanical automation in all our local factories. He said that his base in Changshu, Jiangsu, would significantly improve the level of automated production this year

according to the survey, the world photovoltaic manufacturing equipment market is expected to reach US $9billion by 2013. The Asian market, especially in China, is expected to become a major growth driver, accounting for half of the total PV manufacturing equipment in 2013. The automation market share of photovoltaic module production equipment is estimated to just exceed $450million in 2008 and is expected to grow to more than $1.2 billion in 2013

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