This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Gregory Mannarino, Tech Revolution, and Heresy Financial.
Gregory Mannarino says massive change is coming and another lockdown is highly likely along with resource shortages and soaring inflation. Tech Revolution brings news of China’s unexpected move to ban solar panel export tech. Heresy Financial discusses the US plan to liquidate debt through financial repression.
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Aug 25, 2023
In a stunning turn of events, the global energy landscape is undergoing a seismic shift. China, a powerhouse in the solar energy industry, has sent shockwaves through international markets by announcing a ban on the exports of core solar panel technologies.
As tensions escalate on the global trade stage, a ripple effect is being felt across continents, with Europe at the forefront. Join us as we delve deeper into the reasons behind China’s bold move, the effects Europe faces in the wake of stockpiling, and the wider results for global trade relations in this unfolding narrative of uncertainty and opportunity.
China has firmly positioned itself as the global front-runner in the realm of clean energy investments, leading nearly half of the impressive $1.1 trillion infused into the sector last year.
With an impressive four out of every five solar panels worldwide bearing the mark of Chinese origin, it’s evident that the Asian powerhouse has taken the reins of solar manufacturing supremacy.
China’s commitment to solar manufacturing is nothing short of astounding, with a whopping $50 billion channeled into cutting-edge wafer-to-solar panel production lines. This monumental investment dwarfs Europe’s efforts by a factor of ten.
Moreover, an astonishing 95% stranglehold over the global supply of polysilicon and wafers firmly places China in the driver’s seat of this pivotal industry. However, while these steps have brought China unparalleled distinction, the International Energy Agency’s warning rings true.
Over-reliance on one source, regardless of its might, can render the world vulnerable. In a critical special report, the agency cautioned about the potential pitfalls of depending so heavily on China for the building blocks of solar panel production.
Now, Beijing has set its sights on safeguarding its colossal solar investments, a move that could send ripples through the U.S. solar sector. The plan is to impose a ban on exporting crucial technologies integral to solar panel manufacturing.
Specifically, advanced technologies involved in crafting wafers and ingots are slated for inclusion in an export control list, as indicated by a publicly deliberated process. If enacted, Chinese solar manufacturers would require a license from their provincial commerce authorities to export these pivotal technologies.
Polysilicon, a key ingredient used in creating ingot-casting molds for solar wafers, plays a pivotal role. These wafers are the building blocks for photovoltaic cells, which are then assembled into solar panels.
Although the proposed ban doesn’t impose restrictions on complete wafers, the potential fallout could cast a shadow over American solar companies.The intricate web of U.S. photovoltaic power generation is intricately woven with Chinese technology.
The results extend beyond borders, with The Wall Street Journal sounding a cautionary note: limiting the export of pivotal solar manufacturing technology could throw a wrench into the gears of the U.S.’s solar aspirations.
According to experts, the production of larger 182 and 210-millimeter wafers is a realm dominated solely by Chinese companies.
This revelation sends an alarm bell ringing, as these larger wafers, known for enabling more cost-effective and efficient solar panels, are projected to command a staggering 96% of the global market share in the year 2023.
Europe, solar from China. On the other hand, European warehouses are becoming quite the hotspot, stacking up with Chinese-made solar panels like never before. Can you guess how much power potential is sitting in there?
A whopping 40 gigawatts-direct current of capacity, which happens to match the entire installation across Europe in 2022. Now, that’s some serious energy ready to burst into action, equivalent to powering around 20 million homes every year.
And hold onto your seats, because experts predict this pile will grow even more by the end of 2023, reaching a staggering 100 GWdc. In just five years, spending on solar imports has gone from €5.5 billion to over €20 billion.
But a whopping 91% of all this shopping was splurged on Chinese solar goods. The wild ride of panel prices played a role in this shopping spree, too. Shortages of key materials like solar-grade polysilicon teamed up with growing demand for solar panels, causing prices to shoot through the roof.
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