Germany 2021 installed capacity 2.75GW

Aug 04, 2021

Germany adds 2.75GW of PV installed capacity in the first half of 2021

According to the latest data from the Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur), Germany’s new photovoltaic installed capacity in June was 428.5 MW.

In comparison, it was 403 MW in May this year and 437 MW in June 2020. The newly installed solar power generation capacity in the first six months of this year was 2.75 GW. In the same period last year, 2.36 GW of installed solar capacity was added. The newly added 612MW in April this year was still the month with the largest photovoltaic power generation in Germany. This figure is slightly lower than the data originally released.

Among the monthly new projects, 306.7 MW are photovoltaic installations with a capacity of less than 300 kilowatts built according to the country’s feed-in tariff plan. In the first half of this year, the total capacity of the sector reached nearly 2 GW.

As of the end of June, the cumulative capacity of all subsidized solar photovoltaic system in Germany reached 55.3 GW.

Bundesnetzagentur also announced a new compensation standard that will begin in August. Solar subsidies will be reduced by 1.4% per month, and the fixed feed-in tariff for rooftop systems will be between 0.0736 Euro/kWh and 0.0560 Euro/kWh, depending on the scale.

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