Thursday, June 1, 2017
12:30 pm - 03:30 pm
Messe München Hall A4, booth A4.530
The lower the photovoltaic electricity production costs and the higher the final price of the electricity, the more financially viable it is to utilize some of the electricity generated on-site.In Germany, as also is the case in France, new framework conditions have been created which facilitate self-supply and expand the possibilities for its application.
The first steps toward the creation of framework conditions for self-supply with photovoltaics were taken with the adoption of the Energy Transition for Green Growth Act in France in August 2015. These were defined in greater depth in an ordinance dated July 27, 2016. New financial support mechanisms were introduced at the same time. A draft of a tariff decree for installations with an output below 100 kW opened the way for excess power to be sold.
Self-supply has been established in Germany for many years, on-site consumption of PV already constituted around 5.6% of photovoltaic electricity in 2014. To expand self-supply by increasing the number of consumers, the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) adopted in July 2016 allows for an additional ordinance authorization in 2017, which aims to improve the conditions for tenant power. The technical and administrative barriers to the introduction of tenant power models were recently laid out in a study published by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in February 2017.
The French-German Office for Energy Transition (DFBEW) will be running this side event on the topic of “PV self-sufficiency” on June 1, 2017 at the Intersolar exhibition, in German/French only. The side event will hear from French and German representatives who develop new business models and will take a closer look at the developments in the industry.
June 1, 2017
Begrüßung und einleitende Worte
Pierre Robion, Stellvertretender Generalkonsul der Republik Frankreich in München
Voraussetzungen und Hindernisse einer massiven Entwicklung der PV-Eigenversorgung: Ergebnisse der Studien der IEA-RETD zu „Prosumers“
Kristian Petrick, Operating Agent, IEA Technology Collaboration Programme for Renewable Energy Technology Deployment (IEA-RETD)
Erfahrungsbericht aus der Pilot-Ausschreibung für PV-Eigenverbrauch von Gewerbegebäuden in Frankreich
Gauthier Dieny, Photovoltaik-Entwicklungsverantwortlicher, GreenYellow
Geschäftsmodelle und technische Gestaltung von Mieterstrommodellen in Deutschland
Florian Henle, Geschäftsführer, Polarstern
Podiumsdiskussion: Bringt die PV-Eigenversorgung einen Paradigmenwechsel für Stromnetze und –märkte?
— Sylvia Lamaty, General Manager Frankreich, Solarwatt
— Bernhard Rindt, Geschäftsführer, Egrid applications & consulting
— Julien Tchernia, Mitbegründer und Vorstandsvorsitzender, ekWateur