News Digest Item
16 Mar 2018

Demand for solar power storage soars in Germany

BSW Solar

More thant 30,000 new solar power storage devices have been installed in Germany last year, meaning the market volume has grown threefold over the past three years to a total of 80,000 devices, lobby association BSW Solar says in a press release. “We expect growth for solar power storage devices will be in the double digits this year as well,” says BSW Solar head Carsten Körnig. The lobby group leader says that the price of solar power has halved over the past four years, meaning that there will be a sustained demand for storage devices.

Find the press release in German here.

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