7 juli 2022

Batterij promotie

Welcome to SolarPower Europe’s EU Market Outlook for Solar Power 2020–2024.
The solar PV sector is no stranger to positive surprises – in recent years this has included surpassing expectations
in terms of steep cost reduction, flexibility, user-friendliness, manifold applications, and its rapid growth rate.
However, the latest entry in this list has been a really big surprise: newly installed solar power in the European
Union increased by 11% to 18.2 GW in 2020! Not only did demand for solar PV systems in the EU grow over the
course of a year that was defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, it increased by double digits to a level that marks
the second-best ever in EU solar history. There was not a single analyst who forecasted such a positive outcome
six month ago, especially considering the fear of a ‘second wave’ haunting Europe this autumn and winter.
As the association representing the European solar sector, we are deeply relieved about this encouraging
development of our industry that is the most job-intensive among all power generation sources. With that said,
the growth seen in 2020 is 12% less than projected in our previous market outlook, from 2019. We anticipate
that it will take until 2022 before demand for solar PV systems will have compensated the delays in deployment
caused by COVID-19, meaning we have lost precious time in our race against climate change.
The European solar sector appreciates the efforts of the European Commission setting ambitious carbon
reduction targets, towards climate neutrality via its Green Deal, and through the tools offered in its Next
Generation EU recovery plan that tie over one third of financial support for member states to climate-related
expenditures. This offers many opportunities to foster rapid solar growth in Europe. Our policy recommendations
in this document were developed together with our members, in particular national solar associations, to help
policymakers in EU member states identify the many programmes on offer, and establish the most efficient
incentive mechanisms to boost solar as the lowest cost and most effective power generation technology to
manage the clean energy transition.

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