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Position: GeMinG > Can the photovoltaic shed be illegally subsidized?

Chian Linear ActuatorNetwork: With the rapid development of distributed photovoltaics, some investors have invested in the construction of photovoltaic sheds for a large number of empty spaces or parking lots that are idle inside the company. They are both beautiful and practical, and are subject to many corporate owners and investments. The favor of the party.


However, photovoltaic parking sheds, although within the scope of the company's overall construction land, are inconsistent with the plan, and must not be related to the construction planning permit, and therefore will be listed as illegal buildings. This type of photovoltaic project has investment risks for investment companies. When the photovoltaic sheds face the government's demolition and relocation according to relevant requirements, they will not receive relevant compensation.


For the above situation, the countermeasure is to go through the relevant procedures with the planning department and obtain relevant license documents. However, this situation must fully take into account the property rights of the PV carport. The land certificate is the owner of the enterprise. If the planning permit is obtained, the main body of the land ownership certificate should still be the enterprise owner. This will cause the investor's asset ownership dispute and needs to be taken into account.


In addition, can the PV carport get national subsidies?


According to the “Notice on Further Implementing the Related Policies on Distributed Photovoltaic Generation” issued by the National Energy Administration, Article 3 of Guoneng Xinneng 2014 [406] Document: Encourage the implementation of various forms of distributed photovoltaic power generation applications. Make full use of qualified building roofs (including affiliated free space) resources, and encourage development zones and large industrial and commercial enterprises that have large roof areas, large electricity loads, and high grid power supply prices to take the lead in developing photovoltaic power generation applications. It can be seen that the photovoltaic projects built on the company's affiliated free space include the form of photovoltaic sheds, and it is a project that encourages development in terms of policy, and the National Energy Administration has not explicitly stated that the photovoltaic shed is not distributed and cannot receive subsidies. However, it is not ruled out that local governments will issue relevant policies.


Beijing has two requirements for distributed photovoltaic filing:


First, whether the construction project (photovoltaic) is mainly self-use, and the mode of remaining electricity is online;


The second is whether the land property rights are complete. If there is no building on the construction site, it is necessary to prove the ownership relationship and whether the land use plan allows the construction of photovoltaic power generation systems.


This shows that there is a policy ambiguity in the use of PV sheds.


From a large perspective, there are no cases where PV carports cannot be filed or subsidized. However, with the rapid development of distributed photovoltaics, this situation cannot be ruled out.


Therefore, for photovoltaic sheds and other distributed photovoltaic projects, the first important must be the implementation of property rights relations, in line with the requirements of land, in line with the planning requirements in order to protect investment security.



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