Market Study – The German PV and Battery Storage Market

Free Webinar

Tuesday, July 30, 2024 | 3pm–4:30pm CEST | Webinar language: German

The BSW – German Solar Association cordially invites you to an exclusive webinar. Germany has consistently maintained its top position as the largest solar market in the EU, at times operating nearly one-third of all solar installations in the region. By 2030, Germany aims to install 215 GW of solar capacity nationwide, equating to an annual addition of more than 20 GW. Can the market grow quickly enough to achieve these ambitious expansion goals?

Join us for this webinar to gain insights into the current state of solar energy in Germany. We will delve into various market segments including residential, industrial, commercial, and energy providers. Additionally, we will provide a detailed overview of regional PV market developments and present the latest market reports.

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During the webinar, participants will have the opportunity to submit their questions for live discussion with our experts. Furthermore, recordings and speaker presentations will be available on our on demand platform, The smarter E Digital, following the webinar.

Our Guests

David Wedepohl, Managing Director International Affairs, BSW-Solar

David Wedepohl’s professional experience included working for the German embassy in Washington DC as a senior press and public diplomacy officer. He first came in touch with the solar industry while working for an American consulting company before taking up his job as director communications and markets at the German Solar Association, also serving as the organization's spokesperson. He now holds the position of managing director international affairs and is responsible for the association's international activities.

Dr. Christoph Kost, Head of Group Energy Systems and Energy Economics, Fraunhofer ISE

Dr. Christoph Kost leads the department “Energy Systems and Energy Economics' at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE. His current scientific work includes the topics of policy analysis and financing in the field of energy technologies, the derivation of technology costs and market introduction strategies for renewable energy technologies. He analyses energy technologies and their future use as well as system interactions and sector coupling by applying economic analyses, system modeling and risk analyses.

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