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  • Easter package for more solar power
  • and these are them New goals
  • the new feed rates
  • one comes retroactive increase
  • Artisans are rare: Calculate growing demand

“Every kilowatt hour saved helps and hurts Putin”says Robert Habeck, Minister for Climate and Economy. The Ministry of Economy is planning a coup in terms of solar energy. Two key points: one highest tender for open and covered areas for photovoltaic (PV) use and a significant improvement feed rate for self-generated solar energy. However, those interested in PV should not wait for the new regulation, but should start now.

The Easter package 2022 for more solar energy

Exit already in January 2022 Habeck launched new and committed plans for photovoltaics in Germany. Hard figures should be available as part of an ‘Easter and summer package’ for aging Renewable Energy Law (EEG) follow.

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has already been decided Suppression of the EEG surcharge on July 1, 2022 – at least half a year ahead of schedule. The objective is to guarantee by law that the tax relief is transmitted in full to consumers.

In addition, many more open and covered areas in Germany will be made available for photovoltaics through tender, it is said. But the most important innovation is probably the significant increase in the feed rate for so-called full feeders ser, that is, for photovoltaic operators that inject all the energy they produce into the network and divert nothing for self-supply.

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And these are the new goals.

Renewables should have an 80 percent share by 2030: The EEG reform therefore includes raising the expansion targets for renewable energies. In addition, it must be stipulated in the EEG that the use of renewable energies is of superior public interest and public safety. By 2027, 9,000 megawatts (MW) will be generated through solar parks and 1,000 MW through rooftop systems. So there will be more black panels on our roofs. EEG’s “Easter package” will be discussed in cabinet on April 6. The changes could be approved by the legislature before the summer break.

at bill draft is an increase in payments for photovoltaic systems up to 10 KW output at 12.5 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) provided. Up to 100 KW, production should be 10.3 cents per kWh, up to 400 kWp at 8.5 cents, up to one megawatt (MW) at 7.3 cents per kWh. In addition, there should be a suspension of statutory pay rate degression in 2022 and from 2023 there will be a switch to semi-annual (instead of monthly) degression.

The new feed-in rates must also be applied retrospectively: The remuneration must be so high that it becomes profitable again for the complete feed supply power to the grid. At the same time, surcharges for own consumption and direct deliveries will be eliminated in the future. should also KWKG and offshore surcharges in the future it will only be charged when the electricity is drawn from the public network. Allocations to self-consumption and direct deliveries will be eliminated without replacement, which is interesting for self-consumers of self-generated energy. It is also planned to exempt heat pumps from allocations.

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Artisans are scarce: factor in the increase in demand

With feed-in rates as high as 12.5 cents per kWh, even unfavorable roof areas will suddenly be worth it for PV expansion. Habeck’s Easter package will likely lead to a boom in private solar systems. 90 percent of solar cells now come from China, with ever-increasing delays and significantly higher prices.

“Unfortunately, more and more member companies are reporting to us that they are particularly concerned about PV system components that contain semiconductors, such as inverters or battery storage, but also accessories for PV modules, such as aluminum substructures.” or the so-called final clamps, with sometimes considerable delays in delivery”, says Thomas Bürkle, President of the Baden-Württemberg Electrical and Information Technology Association.

All these reasons lead to the fact that the solar energy expert from Konstanz Radovan Kopecek says: “It is imperative that we bring photovoltaic production back to Europe and Germany. Otherwise, we will no longer be able to meet the demand here and we will not be able to achieve the climate goals that have been set.” Anyone who is now thinking of a solar system should take this as a sign and start implementing it as soon as possible.

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