Residential PV Report - Europe - 2017

Self-consumption to spur growth

April 04, 2017  | Subscribers Only

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Even as the demand for residential solar PV systems in Europe has more than halved since the peak in 2012, the market is far from dead. Thanks to the sharp decline in module prices, and new support schemes across Europe, IHS Markit projects that the region’s residential PV installations will grow in 2017 to exceed 1.5 GW. As feed-in tariffs have been scaled back or even abolished, the drivers for residential PV now differ greatly between markets. This report takes a detailed look at the conditions for residential PV systems in 13 markets.

Josefin Berg

Senior Analyst, Solar Demand

Josefin Berg is a senior analyst for the IHS solar research group, where she performs market analysis of trends and strategies in the downstream part of the PV market.

Susanne von Aichberger

Senior Analyst, Solar Supply Chain

Susanne von Aichberger has been a market and technology analyst at IHS, formerly Solarbuzz since 2005. She is responsible for primary research and analysis concerning the photovoltaic industry, specializing in markets in Europe and the MEA region.

Geography
Europe
Research by Market
Power & Energy Technology
Category
Solar
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