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The development of Japanese chemical enterprises aims at renewable energy

Japan is one of the major importers of fossil energy in the world. At present, the price of crude oil in the international market remains high, and Japan's automobile and electronic products market is depressed. Its chemical enterprises have shifted their development focus to renewable energy in order to maintain the advantages of science and technology and market share. With the support of the government, renewable energy has become a new highlight of Japanese chemical industry

seize the photovoltaic industry market

Japan is a major solar cell producer. This year, the government subsidized solar cell producers and users, consolidating the global competitive advantage of its solar cell companies. Insiders predict that this is really a miracle material - it is 200 times stronger than steel; Better conductivity than copper; It is also said that the solar cell industry in Japan will have a huge market in the future, with a total solar power output of 2.5gw by 2010, ranking second in the world. By 2020, the amount of household solar power generation in Japan will be 10 times that of the current one, and the number of relevant employment will also be expanded from the current 12000 to 110000

in terms of solar cell materials, enterprises have expanded production capacity and launched new products. In August this year, Deshan company, Japan's largest solar polysilicon manufacturer, announced that it would invest US $700million to build a 6000 ton/year polysilicon production plant in Malaysia, and several projects in Japan would also be put into operation in the near future. In 2013, the company's annual polysilicon production capacity would be increased from 8200 tons at present to 14200 tons by using less materials; Japan's largest gas company, Dayang Nichi acid, recently announced an agreement with German chemical giant Evonik, which will invest 125 million euros to build an integrated production base of silane series products. It is expected that 1000 tons of silane gas will be provided to the market every year to produce solar cells after it is put into operation in 2011; The new thin-film material developed by Toray makes the conversion efficiency of thin-film solar cells reach 5.5%, and it is expected to increase the conversion efficiency to 7% in 2015; Mitsui chemical company is developing a composite membrane material of polyolefin and ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, and will launch a new product in 2010

launch new bioplastics

in recent years, with the maturity of technology and the expansion of the market. Japanese biomaterial manufacturers have broadened the application range of bioplastics by mixing other materials or applying nanotechnology. The Japanese government said that expanding the use of bioplastics is an important part of Japan's biotechnology strategy. It will strive to achieve 20% of plastics by 2010 using renewable resources. Experimental operations can be completed through the keyboard

this year, Canon and Toray have adopted new material design and molding technologies to significantly improve the flame retardancy and heat resistance of polylactic acid (PLA), and jointly developed a new flame retardant bioplastics. Canon will use this bioplastics to produce a new color copier; Diren company has developed the world's first eyeglass frame completely made of bioplastics. The melting point of this pla plastic has reached 210 ℃, and it also has the advantages of antibacterial and bleaching resistance; What do dongligong buy tensile testing machine for? At present, the company has begun to produce plant-based fibers for automotive interior decoration. With the improvement of the performance of bioplastics, more automotive exterior components will use bioplastics; In addition to PLA, Mitsubishi Chemical Company has recently developed a transparent biological polycarbonate with excellent wear and heat resistance, which may be used to manufacture flat panel displays and light-emitting diodes

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