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August 30, 2012
By: craig Morris / renewables international

PV prices down 66% since 2006

Photo credit: Paul Gipe - wind-works.org

Germany's BSW-Solar has published a chart showing that the price of a solar array in Germany is now down to 1,702 euros per kilowatt – further proof that feed-in tariffs reduce prices more than policies used in other countries, such as the US, where red tape makes solar twice as expensive.


As Renewables International has repeatedly reported, solar power is considerably cheaper in Germany than it is in the United States – even in sunny California. Now, German solar association BSW-Solar has updated its price index. The installed system price of a roof array in Germany is apparently down to around 1,700 euros per kilowatt as of mid-2012.


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