When solar policy went digital

SolarPower Europe presented its new “When solar policy went digital” report at ‘Digital Solar & Storage‘ on 4-5 December 2018 at the BMW World in Munich. This report looks at how policy-makers and regulators from across Europe can and are encouraging innovative digital business models in the solar PV ecosystem. It aims to support European policy makers identify existing best practices for the uptake of digital solar services in Europe.

The paper looks at eight case studies from across Europe: two case studies of central data hubs or data exchange layers to facilitate access to energy data from Estonia and Denmark, three examples of collective self-consumption frameworks from Switzerland, Germany and France, virtual net metering in Greece and Lithuania and the use of regulatory exemptions or ‘sandboxes’ in the United Kingdom to encourage peer-to-peer trading.

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