There is still no inflection point in the new round of drum beating fancy price rise in the photovoltaic industry chain. In the context of the sharp rise in the prices of upstream polysilicon, silicon wafers and batteries, the cost pressure at the downstream component end has exploded. Recently, a number of mainstream photovoltaic module manufacturers in Netcom stopped production at the end of June and early July, including many leading enterprises such as Longji, Jingao and Jingke. Some enterprises stopped production for more than 3 days. As soon as the news came out, it quickly ignited the industry sentiment. Some people believed that this was a joint shutdown by photovoltaic downstream enterprises to “protest” the upstream price rise< Br > < div class= "contheight" > < / div > in response to the confirmation of the news, the two large photovoltaic enterprises involved said that the online shutdown news was a rumor. An insider told the news that the rumors were “false and half true. But it was not a joint large-scale shutdown.” In addition, according to a number of photovoltaic vertical industry media, some production lines of some enterprises did stop production, but the main reason for stopping production was internal production adjustment rather than upstream price rise. A senior industry analyst told the news that after the continuous price rise of the industrial chain, the pressure on the second and third tier component manufacturers has intensified, but the production scheduling of the component leader with a high degree of integration has increased steadily< Br > < div class= "contheight" > < / div > it is false for component manufacturers to jointly stop production and boycott the upstream. However, when the upstream quotation has reached a record high, the intense game in the photovoltaic industry chain and the constant complaints at the component end are real. Module manufacturers directly face the investors of terminal photovoltaic power stations, and their bargaining power is relatively weak. Squeezed by raw materials and photovoltaic power stations, module manufacturers are in a dilemma under the tide of rising prices, and the pressure increases sharply< br>