The Dutch Ministry of Financial Affairs mentioned this week that it has chosen 1.913 MW of PV initiatives within the 2022 section of the SDE++ (Stimulering Duurzame Energieproductie) program for large-scale photo voltaic and renewable power initiatives.
The RVO mentioned that the allotted PV capability is represented by 1.051 MW of economic and industrial PV techniques. One other 862 MW from utility-scale PV crops shall be constructed on land or water, of which solely 39 MW is assigned to wind energy initiatives. In whole, the company allotted 2,813 MW of capability unfold throughout totally different renewable power applied sciences, in addition to different applied sciences for CO2 seize and heating.
The Dutch authorities initially allotted a funds of €13 billion ($14.6 billion) for final 12 months’s section, however was solely capable of allocate €11.9 billion. CO2 seize applied sciences acquired the biggest share of €6.7 billion, whereas photo voltaic acquired solely €963 million, leading to a big discount in assets in comparison with the earlier spherical.
The RVO mentioned the low funds allocation for PV expertise is especially resulting from grid congestion points at present affecting the electrical energy community within the Netherlands.
“In these areas, a subsidy applicant normally can not obtain a transmission authorization from the community operator, which is a requirement for acquiring subsidies,” the company mentioned. “As well as, rooftop PV initiatives are required to inform the set up constructor within the first occasion.
Within the earlier section of this system, the Dutch authorities chosen 3,426 PV initiatives with a mixed capability of three,535 MW.
The Netherlands may attain between 100 GW and 180 GW of whole put in photo voltaic capability by 2050, in line with a brand new report by Netbeheer Nederland, the Dutch national-regional electrical energy and fuel affiliation. community operators.
The nation reached a cumulative put in PV capability of 16.5 GW by the tip of June 2022, in line with the newest statistics from CBS, the nation’s statistics company. It mentioned the nation is putting in 3,803 MW in 2021 and three,882 MW in 2022.
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