Germany’s governing coalition agreed in late November 2018 on additional tenders to add 4 gigawatts of onshore wind and 4 gigawatts of solar by 2021. The coalition by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Union alliance and the Social Democratic Party has mainly taken this measure in order to meet German climate targets in 2020. Besides, Germany will add another 1.15 GW in special tenders for innovation projects like hybrid PV-Wind or PV-Storage installations during this period.
The webinar took place on February 13, 2019. You can access the webinar recording of this and many more webinars in our webinar archive.
From boosting the efficiency of solar modules to inverters - Intersolar Europe 2018 focuses on the most important trends in the industry. The international meeting place for the solar industry is one of four leading energy trade fairs, that find place on the innovation platform The smarter E Europe.
Tune in to Intersolar TV and learn what awaits you at the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry. In our sneak preview, you’ll learn about industry trends and the topics on the agenda at Intersolar Europe. Demand for photovoltaics is booming around the globe. Thanks to falling solar power prices, new business models such as self-consumption, tenant solar power and e-mobility are gaining ground. Innovative storage solutions and virtual power plants will shape the future PV market. Intersolar TV will also keep you up to date during the exhibition, with daily programming covering current events in the Munich exhibition halls.