Apricum Principal Florian Mayr presented at the 9th German PV & Energy Storage Market Briefing in Frankfurt on May 19, 2016.
EuPD Research, IBESA and Joint Forces for Solar cordially invite you to the 9th German PV & Energy Storage Market Briefing which will take place on May 19 in Frankfurt, Germany. The Intersolar Europe warm-up event presents excellent networking opportunities while offering compelling presentations and controversial debates on the German photovoltaic and energy storage market. Political, technological and financial aspects of the industry build the basis for a common view into a rough yet promising future.
German photovoltaic and energy storage market 2015: Light and shade
Following the significant decline of installation numbers in 2014, the negative trend continued in 2015. Specifically the segment of industrial installations between 10 and 100 kW show a decline of almost 50%. On the other hand, the track record of the PV energy storage market continues, reaching an installation number of 30,000 storage systems by the end of 2015.
While the decline of PV feed-in-tariffs has led to recurring growth impulses in the past, the minor increase in 2015 led to a standstill and a stable feed-in remuneration. At the same time, not least as a consequence of the debate on import duties, an almost stable price level for PV systems can be observed in Germany.
2016 holds new challenges for the German PV and energy storage sector. The discussion on the concept of the newly introduced energy storage support represents the prelude for the new year. With the Renewable Energy Act (EEG) 2016, the framework conditions for the expansion of renewable energy will be readjusted throughout the year.
You can count on…
- first-rate networking opportunities with experts from the German political and industrial landscape
- stimulating discussion topics and a high-quality knowledge exchange
- the very latest market research results from EuPD Research
For further information and to book a place at this briefing, contact Angeline Rast, business development, EuPD Research.