Dr. Christoph Kremin

Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...
Sep 232013
 
The European solar industry is reinventing itself. Due to strong annual price declines of up to 40% in the past few years and severe cuts in state subsidies a fundamental market change is taking place. Low system prices and running costs for solar plants on the one hand and high and steadily rising electricity tariffs on the other have led to solar energy being cheaper for end consumers than electricity from the grid in many European countries. Grid parity and hence competitive solar energy...