Recently, Germany launched a new bidding project aimed at adding 1.95GW of large ground photovoltaic power to cultivated land and grassland in impoverished areas.
Due to the economic crisis and inadequate infrastructure hindering large-scale projects, Argentina is looking for alternative ways to achieve a more sustainable energy mix, including small renewable energy projects driven by environmentally conscious industries, businesses, and private users.
The latest report from APRICORP shows that the low-carbon energy industry in the Middle East and North Africa region is accelerating project activities, with the project value reaching 257 billion US dollars by 2030. These industries include renewable energy (solar photovoltaic, wind energy, hydropower), hydrogen energy, nuclear energy, and garbage based power generation.
According to the statistics of the European Photovoltaic Association SolarPower Europe (SPE), the installed capacity of new photovoltaic devices in the 27 EU countries in 2022 was 41.4 GW, a new increase of 28.1 GW compared to last year, achieving a year-on-year increase of 47%.
According to foreign media reports, the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Communications of Ireland recently announced the introduction of a rebate plan for rooftop photovoltaic systems in non residential buildings.
According to foreign media reports, the Dutch government is planning to cancel the value-added tax (VAT) of household photovoltaic systems in the country, which is up to 21%. Peter Segaar, a photovoltaic analyst in the Netherlands, said, "This measure will become part of the Dutch tax plan in 2023, but it still needs the final approval of the Dutch parliament.
According to Bloomberg, the EU will formulate a plan for "digitizing the energy system", which will be officially announced next week. It is reported that the plan will require the EU to invest 565 billion euros (about 3.93 trillion yuan) in infrastructure by 2030 to realize its green plan and end its dependence on Russian fossil fuels.
The Federal Network Agency of Germany said that in order to increase the sluggish growth rate of the German solar energy sector, it would hold an additional bidding for 1.5GW of solar energy development, and participants could submit project development proposals before January 15 next year.
At the end of June, Italy's cumulative photovoltaic capacity exceeded 23GW. Roof photovoltaic continues to promote the Italian solar market, but the market for large-scale projects is the first sign of real recovery.
The German government continues to implement measures to support small photovoltaic facilities to deal with the energy crisis. This tax reduction is to support solar cell arrays with a scale of less than 30kW.