Due to rising electricity prices, the trend of running on solar modules and subsidies continues. People are preferring clean and green energy as an alternative to coal-fired electricity. But in times of high military spending, rising energy costs and extreme inflation, the finance minister is now warning of further acceleration in the energy transition.
looking at the economy
Finance Minister Christian Lindner had approved the Easter package with reservations. but in an interview World He dampens down enthusiasm too much and warns against thoughts of running out of old forms of energy even more quickly. “We also have to keep an eye on the competitiveness of our economy,” Lindner said. Deutsche Bank has just warned of a recession that is worse than expected in the United States, and GFK in Germany has also dropped to a new low in line with consumer sentiment.
Linder: “My concern is that we tend to overdo it, that the idea of competition and the potential for energy is also receding too much in the background.”
okay because the economic situation is fragile, we have to do too #consolidation Take a look and limit spending. The state can only absorb current shocks in the sense of shock absorbers, but cannot compensate for them in the long term. Cl (3/3)
— Christian Lindner (@c_lindner) April 19, 2022
However, this does not detract from the current solar boom in business with private customers. For example, in Austria, 30,000 requests for PV funding were received within an hour. In early April, a solar funding pot in Thuringia amounting to 10 million euros ran out in a matter of days. Solar module dealers and inverter manufacturers report to us that spring demand was nearly three times higher than the previous year.
In addition to new products in the solar sector, SMA Solar is also focusing on the future area of hydrogen, as reported on AKTIONÄR TV:
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