New Household Solar Energy Production in June reached 1728.6MW, a year-on-year increase of 225%, and a month-on-month increase of 12%; from January to June, new residential photovoltaic installations reached 5861MW, which was a year-on-year increase An increase of 280%.
On August 19, the Chinese National Energy Administration announced the July Household Solar Energy Production project data.
Among them, Tibet is not included in the fiscal subsidy scale household photovoltaic projects in 2021, and has not been submitted; this month, Mengxi, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Shandong, Hubei, Sichuan, Shaanxi, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Hainan have received one In June, the Household Solar Energy Production project information was adjusted.
Household Solar Energy Production project information (July 2021)
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In accordance with the “Notice of the National Energy Administration on Related Matters concerning the Development and Construction of Wind Power and Photovoltaic Power Generation in 2021” (Guoneng Fa Xinneng  No. 25) and the “General Department of the National Energy Administration on the announcement and submission of information on household photovoltaic projects in 2019” “Notice on Relevant Matters” (Guoneng Zongtong Xinneng  No. 45)
Regarding the relevant requirements for household photovoltaic project management, a total of 30 provinces across the country have submitted household photovoltaic project information (Tibet is not included in the 2021 financial subsidy scale households Use photovoltaic projects, not submitted).
According to the information submitted by the provincial energy authorities and power grid companies, and according to statistics compiled by the National Renewable Energy Information Management Center, the total installed capacity of household photovoltaic projects newly included in the national financial subsidy scale in July 2021 is 1,759,300 kilowatts. As of the end of July 2021, the total installed capacity of household photovoltaic projects included in the national fiscal subsidy scale in 2021 was 7,661,400 kilowatts.