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Energy – Rooftop Solar Surge in the EU is Outpacing Government Policies and Readiness – New Report Finds – Brief

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Brussels, 04 April 2024 – EU Member States are still playing catch up with the soaring growth and demand for rooftop solar PV, finds CAN Europe’s latest report.

The Rooftop Solar PV Comparison Update produced by CAN Europe, with contributions from its members, re-examines 11 EU Member States (Bulgaria, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Sweden) and explores their progress in promoting the uptake of residential rooftop solar from the initial report published in May 2022.

With a EU Solar Standard soon to be adopted, requiring the mandatory installation of solar on buildings, Member States need to ready themselves by implementing the necessary policies to create an empowering environment that can allow communities and citizens prosper within the energy transition” – Seda Orhan...

Rooftop Solar Surge in the EU is Outpacing Government Policies and Readiness – New Report Finds
• Residential Rooftop Solar installations have soared across the EU, but many Member States still lack a clear strategy for rooftop solar, grid capacity and skilled workforce to keep up with demand.
France performs well in facilitating solar growth, but is lagging behind when it comes to the actual deployment of rooftop solar.
• Greece and Romania have made the most progress while Sweden is the only country to have regressed.
Brussels, 04 April 2024 – EU Member States are still playing catch up with the soaring growth and demand for rooftop solar PV, finds CAN Europe’s latest report. This update comes almost two years after the launch of the EU’s Rooftop Solar Initiative in the REPowerEU Package.
The Rooftop Solar PV Comparison Update produced by CAN Europe, with contributions from its members, re-examines 11 EU Member States (Bulgaria, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Sweden) and explores their progress in promoting the uptake of residential rooftop solar from the initial report published in May 2022.

“It is encouraging to see that demand for rooftop solar is booming, but also disheartening to see that Member States are not taking the necessary steps to meet this demand. Solar is becoming the fastest rising source of electricity generation globally, and the cheapest. With a EU Solar Standard soon to be adopted, requiring the mandatory installation of solar on buildings, Member States need to ready themselves by implementing the necessary policies to create an empowering environment that can allow communities and citizens prosper within the energy transition” – Seda Orhan, Renewable Energy Programme Manager at CAN Europe.

Out of the 11 EU Member States examined, France and Lithuania stand out for their facilitation of potential rooftop solar PV growth, despite France lagging behind in the number of rooftop solar PV being deployed. Greece and Romania have improved the most since 2022, but Romania still remains one of the laggards, along with Bulgaria, when it comes to establishing an enabling environment for rooftop solar. The only country to have regressed in the last two years has been Sweden as there has been little progress made in creating incentives for new prosumers compared to other countries.

Overall, most EU Member States have made progress towards promoting and facilitating the uptake of rooftop solar PV for households, growing 54% year-on-year, but there is still considerable scope for progress. Efforts to increase grid capacity, promote energy sharing and the growth of energy communities, deploy smart meters and generate further public awareness and the influx of skilled workers into the sector are deemed essential for the growth of solar PV.

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Source: caneurope.org

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