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Solar power in Germany

 

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A portion of the Waldpolenz Solar Park

Germany is one of the world's top photovoltaics (PV) installers, with a solar PV capacity as of May 2011 of more than 18,000 megawatts (MW). The German solar PV industry installed 7,400 MW from nearly one-quarter million individual systems in 2010, and solar PV provided 12 TWh (billion kilowatt-hours) of electricity in 2010, about 2% of total electricity.[1] Some market analysts expect this could reach 25 percent by 2050.[2]

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[edit] Photovoltaic power stations

PV Power stationNominal Power[4]
(MWp)Production
(Annual
GW·h)Capacity
factor
NotesLargest German photovoltaic power stations (20 MW or larger)[3] Finsterwalde Solar Park 80.7     Phase I completed 2009,
phase II and III 2010 [5][6] Senftenberg Solar Park[7] 78     Phase II and III completed 2011, another 70 MW phase planned Strasskirchen Solar Park 54 57[3] 0.12   Lieberose Photovoltaic Park 53 53[8] 0.11 2009 [9][8] Kothen Solar Park 45     2009 Waldpolenz Solar Park 40[10]   0.11 550,000 First Solar thin-film CdTe modules. Completed December 2008 [11][10] Reckahn Solar Park 36       Tutow Solar Park 31     Completed in 2010 Helmeringen Solar Park 25.7     Completed in 2010 Finow Solar Park 24.5     Completed in 2010 Pocking Solar Park 22       Mengkofen Solar Park 21.7       Rothenburg Solar Park 20       Other notable photovoltaic (PV) power plants[12] DC Peak PowerLocationDescriptionMW·h/yearCapacity factorCoordinates12 MW Arnstein 1408 SOLON mover
(see Erlasee Solar Park) 14,000 MW·h 0.13 50°0′10″N 9°55′15″E   8.4 MW   Gottelborn Solar Park         6.3 MW Mühlhausen 57,600 solar modules
(see Bavaria Solarpark) 6,750 MW·h 0.12 49°09′29″N 11°25′59″E   6 MW   Rote Jahne Solar Park[13]         5 MW Bürstadt 30,000 BP Solar modules 4,200 MW·h 0.10 49°39′N 8°28′E   5 MW Espenhain 33,500 Shell Solar modules 5,000 MW·h 0.11 51°12′N 12°31′E   4 MW Merseburg 25,000 BP solar modules
(see Geiseltalsee Solarpark) 3,400 MW·h 0.10 51°22′N 12°0′E   4 MW Hemau 32,740 solar modules 3,900 MW·h 0.11 49°3′N 11°47′E   3.3 MW Dingolfing Solara, Sharp and Kyocera solar modules 3,050 MW·h 0.11 48°38′N 12°30′E   1.9 MW Guenching Sharp solar modules
(see Bavaria Solarpark) -   49°16′N 11°34′E   1.9 MW M<a href="http://www.myup.ir/viewer.php?file=87819661928922962436.png"><img src="http://www.myup.ir/images/87819661928922962436_thumb.png" border="0" alt="87819661928922962436.png" /></a>inihof Sharp solar modules
(see Bavaria Solarpark)



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Price of PV systems (rooftop, up to 100kW) in Germany[14]

The German solar PV industry installed 7,400 MW from nearly one-quarter million individual systems in 2010, and there is now 16,500 MW of solar PV capacity on line in Germany. Solar PV provided 12 TWh (billion kilowatt-hours) of electricity in 2010, about 2% of total electricity.[15] Increases in installed solar PV power capacity and generation in recent years is shown in the table below:[16] Price of PV systems has decreased more than 50% in 5 years since 2006[14].

Year19901991199219931994199519961997199819992000Capacity (MW) 0.6 2.0 3.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 11 18 23 32 76 Generation (GW·h) 0.6 1.6 3.2 5.8 8.0 11 16 26 32 42 64  % of total electricity consumption <0.001 <0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.002 0.003 0.005 0.006 0.008 0.01   Year20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010Capacity (MW) 76 186 296 435 1,105 2,056 2,899 4,170 6,120 9,914 17,320 Generation (GW·h) 64 76 162 313 556 1,282 2,220 3,075 4,420 6,578 12,000  % of total electricity consumption 0.01 0.01 0.03 0.05 0.09 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.7 1.1 2.0

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