PV Markets and support schemes
PV support schemes and regulations for all target countries
This part of the project conducts an overview and critical discussion of the PV policy strategy and the corresponding regulatory framework (incl. financial support schemes) on the road to grid parity.
Target countries are:
- Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Starting with a short overview of PV market developments in the target countries, the second part contains factsheets for each country and provides the basis for this analysis.
Considering the NREAPs and current developments the policy analysis examines which countries want to pursue a strong PV- policy support and which not. The policy strategy part concludes by elaborating the reasons and barriers for all the different policy strategies. At the end a comprehensive analysis of the corresponding regulatory framework (incl. financial support schemes) is given.
Please find hereafter the report for download:
Overview of PV Market developments and incentives in some MENA countries
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is of particular importance for the European Union (EU) regarding Policy, Commercial and Energy sector. For this reason and with a view to increase the regional integration and to foster the development of joint projects accordingly to the cooperation mechanisms provided under Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC, some MENA countries have been selected and studied as regards their electricity and PV markets.
This report aims to present, assess and compare available data from the selected MENA countries, as regards:
- the existing status in electricity tariffs
- the existing PV market and
- the PV support schemes
The selected countries are:
- Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Turkey, Jordan (interconnected and/or very close to interconnect).
The study takes into account the grid connection constraints with the perspective of importing electricity in EU. Download below: