Research on the main factors affecting the development and utilization of wind energy in Jilin Province, China

Yao, Jie; Zhu, Yue
January 2019
Journal of Renewable & Sustainable Energy;Jan2019, Vol. 11 Issue 1, pN.PAG
Academic Journal
Based on a literature review of the development of new energy, especially the status quo in the development and use of wind energy, this paper analyzed the main factors affecting the development and utilization of wind energy in Jilin Province, China, including law and policy, as well as environmental, economic, social, and industrial factors. The industrial factor mainly involved wind power industry infrastructure, the R&D level of the wind power industry, wind farm construction, and the wind power market. A questionnaire was designed to interview experts and scholars in the field with the help of the Sedentary Time and Activity Reporting Questionnaire network platform. It contained 10 latent variables and 34 measurable indexes and used a Likert-type scale. In total, 368 questionnaires were collected, including 268 valid ones and 100 invalid ones determined by automatic and artificial screening. The AMOS software was used to examine the data and build the structural equation. As a result, the wind power market was found to be the main factor affecting the development level of wind energy in Jilin Province, followed by the economic factor, law and policy, and the environmental factor. It was also found that the main factor hindering the utilization level of wind energy in Jilin Province was infrastructure, which restricted the role of wind energy in promoting economic growth in the province. Therefore, the main problems that urgently need to be solved include speeding up the power grid along with other infrastructure construction.


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