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Webinar: New opportunities for "Mieterstrom" projects in Germany

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This workshop will be organized in association with Intersolar Europe


Description of the webinar

The tenant solar supply model (in German "Mieterstrom") could lead to approx. 3-4 TWh of direct PV electricity use in Germany. About 3 million apartments are eligible for this supply model. Projects based on this model have been developed since 2013 - but the market is seeing a rapidly growing interest since 2016. Further dynamics are to be expected as photovoltaic power supplied by landlords to their tenants will probably become eligible for funding before the end of 2017. The Government presented a legislation draft that proposes a supply premium that will probably stand up to 3.8 cents per kilowatt hour.

Fabian Zuber, energy consultant and co-author of the BSW-publication "Geschäftsmodelle mit PV-Mieterstrom" will give an overview concerning the current market developments, potential business models and the new legal framework.


Which topics will be discussed in this webinar?

  • What is "Mieterstrom" and how to implement the model?
  • What are the advantages and solutions of this model?
  • Which are the new opportunities and the incentives with the new regulation and so called "Mieterstrom-law"?


Speakers:

  • Fabian Zuber, Owner, l°energy - local energy markets
  • Moderation Luz Aguilar, Project Manager, German Solar Association (BSW-Solar)


This webinar is useful for:

This webinar is recommended for all companies working in the German photovoltaic market. Installers, project developers, retailer, manufacturers, consultancies and lawyers. As well as energy providers, housing companies, landlords and tenants.





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How to contact the event organizer in case of any questions?
Just call +49 30 29777880 or send an email to info@bsw-solar.de

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