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Spain's photovoltaic crisis solved

Especially in sunny Spain there are enough natural resources for the expansion of photovoltaics.

But in recent years, renewable energies have been the subject of a huge political upheaval. As a result, promised premiums were suddenly and retroactively cancelled. Many companies and investors sued the state. Now Spain is trying to repair the damage.

According to the decree, the state guarantees plant operators who withdraw their complaints by 30 September 2020 or waive already awarded compensation a profitability of 7.389 percent annually until 2032.

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On June 13, in front of over 1,100 participants, we unveiled our Next Step: a DC Power Manager called SOL•THOR.

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my-PV at the InstallerSHOW 2024 in the UK

my-PV is participating for the first time at InstallerSHOW 2024 in Birmingham.

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my-PV Device Trio Enables 98% Self-Consumption of PV Energy

By integrating an AC ELWA 2 and two AC ELWA-E devices, a homeowner in Estonia achieved a self-consumption rate of 98%.

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