Holly Hu

Holly Hu

Holly Hu is responsible for tracking and analyzing solar policies and markets in Asia, particularly China and Japan. She also provides in depth coverage of the polysilicon to PV module supply chain, with a particular focus on Chinese manufacturers.

In addition, Holly supports IHS Markit’s coverage of the growing base of battery manufacturers and battery materials suppliers in China.

Before joining IHS Markit, Holly was the manager of the business development department at Trina Solar, providing PV market intelligence and analysis of industry competitors. Prior to Trina solar, she worked as an equity analyst in Accenture, supported research in listed utility and renewable companies. Holly holds an MSc in International Banking and Finance from the University of Southampton, UK.


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PV Market Trend Survey - China - February 2019

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PV Market Trend Survey - China - January 2019

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China announces plans for parity PV projects

On 7 January 2019, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the National Energy Administration (NEA) released a scheme for unsubsidized PV and wind power projects. Under the new scheme, pilot projects will not receive any national subsidies, but they will receive support regarding land and financing. On 8 January, NDRC added that the decline of the PV project costs in China by 45 percent from 2012 to 2017. According to NDRC, the steady increase of the economic efficiency of solar and wind projects creates favorable conditions to bring down state subsidies and to ease pressures on subsidy funds. China aims to further reduce the cost of renewable energy power by using economies of scale and by supporting the improvement of technologies. Taking into account the statement from NDRC and NEA, IHS Markit projects unsubsidized PV will generate only little demand in China before 2020.

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