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German Solar PV In January — €1.52/Watt

Reposted from Solar Love:

German solar PV power prices continue to fall. According to the latest data, the price of solar power for solar power plants with up to 100 kW of capacity has dropped to €1.52 per watt (or $2.03 per watt). Here’s a chart on solar’s long price drop in Germany, via a German PV website:

PV-Preisindex - Photovoltaikumfrage.de - photovoltaik-guide.de - Januar 2013

And below’s a German PV price history from the site, followed by information on the source of the data:

Photovoltaic Price History:

Month PV Price
January 2009 € 4,110
February 2009 € 3,930
March 2009 € 3,820
April 2009 € 3,740
May 2009 € 3,500
June 2009 € 3,500
July 2009 € 3,390
August 2009 € 3,230
September 2009 € 3,110
October 2009 € 3,050
November 2009 € 2,950
December 2009 € 3,060
January 2010 € 3,040
February 2010 € 2,970
March 2010 € 3,030
April 2010 € 2,930
May 2010 € 2,890
June 2010 € 2,840
July 2010 € 2,580
August 2010 € 2,610
September 2010 € 2,540
October 2010 € 2,500
November 2010 € 2,510
December 2010 € 2,470
January 2011 € 2,480
February 2011 € 2,390
March 2011 € 2,350
April 2011 € 2,390
May 2011 € 2,370
June 2011 € 2,300
July 2011 € 2,210
August 2011 € 2,170
September 2011 € 2,120
October 2011 € 2,090
November 2011 € 1,960
December 2011 € 1,950
January 2012 € 1,990
February 2012 € 1,960
March 2012 € 1,990
April 2012 € 1,900
May 2012 € 1,870
June 2012 € 1,740
July 2012 € 1,720
August 2012 € 1,630
September 2012 € 1,610
October 2012 € 1,600
November 2012 € 1,570
December 2012 € 1,590
January 2013 € 1,520

Since 2009, we identified on the basis of our online survey the current prices of turnkey photovoltaic systems up to 100 kWp. Explore the development of asset prices over the last five years.

Up to 300 solar power system operators take part in our monthly poll. The prices are based solely on the information of our subjects / participants. When the prices are net prices (Euro / kWp) for turnkey solar systems up to 100 kWp. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of this data. Errors and omissions excepted.

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