In response to rising electricity bills caused by high inflation and the energy crisis, more and more households in Germany choose to install solar panels to save money.
Affected by the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Germany is facing an energy crisis. On the one hand, it has aggravated the public's concerns about the safety and security of energy supply. Easing pressure on energy prices and a desire to ensure stability of supply are the main drivers for people to consider solar power. Calculated based on the average annual electricity consumption of a family of four in Germany of 4,500 kWh, if a rooftop photovoltaic system with an annual power generation capacity of 4,000 kWh is installed in early 2022, by August 2023, the use of solar power will be comparable to The public grid is around 70% cheaper.
Tommy Solman, head of the photovoltaic system installation company in Berlin: With the help of solar energy, people can achieve self-supply power supply, especially in the event of a power outage, it can guarantee the power supply at home to a certain extent, and more importantly, save money, which can keep people away from electricity prices Soaring impact.
Statistics show that in 2022, Germany's solar power generation will increase by nearly 19% year-on-year, and the installed domestic solar energy will increase by 52% year-on-year. China is Germany's largest import source of photovoltaic energy storage products, and 87% of Germany's imported photovoltaic energy storage products come from China.
Tommy Solman, Director of Berlin Photovoltaic System Installation Company: All the photovoltaic modules we use come from China. With excellent quality and high cost performance, China occupies an important place in the global photovoltaic energy storage market.