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The global power generation in 2013 will reach 110 TWH

according to the latest report of the International Energy Agency (IEA), the existing photovoltaic installed capacity will reach 110 TWH in 2013, equivalent to 0.5% of the total global power demand, equal to the annual power consumption of the Netherlands

iea released the report "global photovoltaic snapshot" through its photovoltaic power system (PVPS). The report is consistent with the previous survey data of NPD Solarbuzz, which shows that the installed capacity of new photovoltaic systems in the world in 2012 was about 29gw

however, photovoltaic technology has become a "protagonist" in the global power industry. The author wrote in the report: "in 2013, the existing photovoltaic system generated at least 110 TWH. If this represents 0.5% of the global power demand, many countries have quickly reached this proportion. 110 TWH is equivalent to the annual power consumption of countries such as the Netherlands or Egypt."

at the same time, in the European power system, the power generation of photovoltaic system has remained ahead for two consecutive years

10 countries accounted for 88% of the global photovoltaic market

overall, the report said that in 2012, 10 countries accounted for 88% of the global photovoltaic market

at 3 In Europe, the photovoltaic capacity fell from 22 GW in 2011 to 16.9 GW in 2012, and the region still accounts for 59% of the global market (8 in 2010 and 2 in 2017)

in Germany and Italy, their new installed capacity in 2012 was in the lead (7.6 GW) and third (3.3 GW) respectively, and photovoltaic power generation provided 5.6% and 5.75% of the country's total power demand respectively

last year, Asia recorded the fastest growth in photovoltaic construction, with installed capacity rising by 66%. From 2010 to 2012, the PV market share in this region increased from 17% to 30%. China's performance is particularly outstanding, with a new installed capacity of 3.5 GW, so it ranks second in the photosphere photovoltaic competition

the following shows the countries that ranked among the top ten in light-weight technology in terms of newly added photovoltaic installed capacity and cumulative photovoltaic power generation in 2012,

other countries that made important photovoltaic progress in 2012, including:

the newly added photovoltaic system installed capacity of countries are: Denmark and Malta: 310 m, the energy used accounts for about 12% of the total energy consumption of the national economy w, Switzerland: 200 MW, Austria: 230 MW, Thailand: 210 MW; Malaysia: 22 MW; Canada: 268 MW. Zhonghua glass () Department

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