Our take on China's new solar and wind policies

New legislation shakes up policy-driven Chinese renewable markets short-term, but could provide opportunity for growth long-term

China recently shifted from a feed-in-tariff (FIT) scheme to wind auctions, and terminated approval of subsidised utility-scale PV power stations in 2018.

While the developments came as a shock to the renewables industry and hit solar especially hard, they could accelerate grid parity and improve technology innovation in future.

Get our take on the implications and chances of these changes in two reports focusing on wind and solar, respectively. For a quick overview, check out free summary of both. 

Want to dig deeper? In our FREE report for wind, explore how wind auctions in China will fuel competition and prices globally.