Guangdong's development of green and low-carbon energy is "just needed" and "scenery" is infinitely green and clean.
Source: Guangzhou Daily
In Yuzhu Depot of Guangzhou Metro Line 5, solar photovoltaic panels are installed on a total of 70,000 square meters of roofs, such as the depot operation depot and the main maintenance depot, sucking the sunshine quietly. On the blue sea surface of Zhuhai lingdingyang sea area, 31 silvery-white fans are scattered on the vast ocean surface in a random pattern, becoming a unique "sea scenery" in the lingdingyang sea.
These seemingly calm scenes are exactly the necessary energy supply places for Guangdong's economic and social development. Fossil energy will eventually be exhausted, and green and clean renewable energy is gradually spreading from the present scene to all of Guangdong, stepping onto a new stage in history.
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Policy Interpretation: Developing Green and Low Carbon Energy Is "Urgent Need"
According to the "13th Five-Year Plan for Energy Development in Guangdong Province" issued by the Guangdong Provincial Development and Reform Commission, Guangdong should strictly control coal consumption and control the total amount of coal consumption to less than 175 million tons by next year, striving to achieve zero growth of coal consumption in the whole province and negative growth of coal consumption in the Pearl River Delta region during the 13th Five-Year Plan. In order to effectively make up the gap between the increase in energy demand and the decrease in coal consumption, it is important to actively develop and utilize renewable energy.
According to the 13th Five-Year Plan for Energy Development in Guangdong Province, photovoltaic power generation and wind power are the two types of energy sources with the largest growth rate of installed power generation capacity in the province. They are required to increase from 850,000 kilowatts and 2.46 million kilowatts in 2015 to 6 million kilowatts and 8 million kilowatts in 2020 respectively. Solar energy is explicitly required to "vigorously promote and utilize" and various social entities are encouraged to invest in the construction of distributed photovoltaic power generation systems and use photovoltaic power to carry out poverty alleviation work.
Guangdong Province has high industrial concentration, fast economic development and large energy demand, and a large amount of electricity must be purchased. However, Guangdong is adjacent to the South China Sea, which is warm in winter and hot in summer. It is rich in solar energy and wind energy resources. It can vigorously develop renewable energy sources such as solar energy and wind energy as well as complementary utilization with distributed clean energy sources such as natural gas to make up for the shortage of energy demand growth to a greater extent.