The amount of planned feed-in pay lies between RMB 0.51 and RMB 0.61 per kilowatt hour and depends on the region where a project goes on grid.
China is expected to announce feed-in tariffs for solar power sometime later this year. One suggestion is that suggesting the tariff for large-scale solar plants could be equivalent to $0.22/kWh. (Note that Australia already has a similar system in place.)
In 2007, the country’s objective was to have enough wind plants built to generate 5 gigawatts (GW) of energy by 2010. By the end of 2008, it had already achieved 12.2 GW, and revised forecasts say that China could reach 150 GW by 2020.
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