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Die Definition der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit des Photovoltaiksektors und die Entwicklung von Fördermassnahmen um PV zur Netzparität und darüber hinaus zu begleiten

Die Definition der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit des Photovoltaiksektors und die Entwicklung von Fördermassnahmen um PV zur Netzparität und darüber hinaus zu begleiten

< PV Parity Final Conference - 26 November 2013
28.10.2013 00:00 Alter: 4 yrs

New PV PARITY Reports released

Several reports have been published in October and November and in particular the following ones:

  • Cost of current and alternative support schemes to grid parity

To implement non yet competitive power generation technologies into the energy system, financial support schemes are necessary. In the last years the implementation of PV to the energy system was mainly driven by different national support schemes like Feed in Tariffs (FiT), Green-Certificates, Net-Metering and/or investment grants. This report includes: an analysis of the current cost of support schemes as well as a cost analysis of alternative support schemes and a sensitivity analysis for the selected targeted countries(Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Austria). Download the report here.

  • External Costs of PV electricity

This report provides an overview of the external costs associated with PV electricity and puts into perspective vis-à-vis those associated with conventional electricity generating technologies. Download the report here.

  • Proposed incentives for MENA countries: legal analysis and impact on the market, public and private financing

The directive 2009/28/CE paves the way for a solid cooperation between Member states but also reinforces the international collaboration with third Countries; European neighbours such as MENA Countries. This report describes the current legal framework at EU level as well as requirements to make imports of electricity from MENA to Europe possible, it also provides some recommendations to EU policy stakeholders. Download the report here.

  • Investments Cost Analysis of Electricity Imported to EU from MENA

Importing PV electricity from MENA to Europe implies that interconnectors  should be in place between both sides of the Mediterranean. This is quite a challenge, since there is a variance of regulations being applied between the two regions. This report looks at different cost analysis that have been conducted on the topic.  Download the report here.

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