self-consumption Posts

Italy Update: One customer at a time

Italy Update: One customer at a time

Italy update: Current Italian legislation for self-consumption includes the possibility for owners of PV systems up to 20 MW to sell all or part of the produced power to a single final client. Despite several challenges, this option is now becoming more attractive, as solar module prices keep dropping and energy prices for the Italian industry and service sector remain among the highest in Europe.

Solar in France: self-consumption now exempt from taxes and levies

Solar in France: self-consumption now exempt from taxes and levies

According to a new French law passed in mid-February, small plants self-producing and self-consuming renewable energies are now exempt from paying levies and local electricity taxes. Up to 40 percent of the network connection costs can be covered by distribution network operators.

Remarkable yield return for self-supply from solar power

Remarkable yield return for self-supply from solar power

A recent study about German households that supply themselves with solar power calculated the estimated yield return, which, throughout the next years, is expected to rise by over 4% – probably even by as much as 24 %.

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