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|Keywords: ||太陽能產業;長期購料合約;Solar Industry;Long Term Agreements|
|Issue Date: ||2014-10-15 15:31:26 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||面對氣候變遷對地球的影響以及對能源危機和高油價的憂慮，各國政府積極支持「可再生能源」、「綠色能源」的立法與政策，以減少對化石能源、核能發電的依賴性，達到節能減碳又同時兼顧安全的目的。可再生能源（Renewable Energy）、「綠色能源」包含太陽能、風力、潮汐能、地熱能等。|
本研究對以上問題進行分析後，提出產業鏈價格激烈變動下，企業如何管理其長期購料合約，包含符合「國際會計標準IAS」的要求，對於長期購料合約需進行必要的風險評估。本研究也涵蓋長期購料合約主要內容探討、近兩年 (2012~2013)產業間長期購料合約訴訟、修訂情況分析，以及企業履約後合約物料支配與管理的商務模式研究。並且對於已有長期購料合約、以及未來欲簽訂長期購料合約的企業提出執行策略與建議。;The problems of climate changes and energy crisis, along with high oil price, have become a serious global concern. In order to fight the problems, many governments support legislation and policies in “Renewable Energy” and “Green Energy”, which help to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and nuclear power. The purpose is to conserve energy while taking security into account. Renewable energies from the nature include solar, wind, tidal, and geothermal energy.
The phenomenal growth of the solar industry comes primarily from preferential policies and subsidies from governments, such as FiT (Feed-In-Tariff). Encouraged by the renewable energy policies in the European Union, solar power installation scaled 20 times from 2006 to 2011. This unprecedented growth resulted in imbalanced demand and supply. Companies in the solar energy industry adapt multiple material sources, including in-house capacity, contract material and supply from spot market as tools for hedging, and almost everyone engaged in long term agreement to secure stable supply.
However, aggressive capacity expansion, together with the financial crisis in 2008 reversed the industry from shortage to surplus. From 2011, European governments such as Italy, Spain cut their Feed-In Tariff deeply to relief themselves from financial deficit. Due to these reasons, solar supply chain prices fluctuate seriously. Hence, many players in the industry are locked in by over-priced Long Term Agreements.
This study analyzes the problem, and proposes how enterprises should manage their Long Term Supply Agreement under intense price volatility. Requirements include compliance to International Accounting Standards (IAS), under which enterprises must have risk assessment of Long Term Agreement as well. The contents of the Supply Agreement, cases of termination lawsuit or amendment in year 2012~2013 are also analyzed in this study. Various business models and alternatives to manage contract materials and disposition to supply chain partners are discussed. Finally, this study makes recommendations to those who have, and who plan to engage in Long Term Agreements.
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