In order to avoid a shortfall in electricity generation, photovoltaics and storage must be greatly expanded in Germany. The positive side effect: by 2030, this would be accompanied by a significant positive effect on employment and revenue. Against the backdrop of recent social, economic and political developments, the study "The Energy Transition in the Context of the Nuclear and Coal Phaseout" by EuPD Research in cooperation with The smarter E Europe and the BSW Solar has been updated with new data and forecasts.
Climate neutral by 2050 - that is the EU's man on the moon.
Much remains to be done to achieve this long-term objective, starting with more ambitious climate action in the transport sector in the coming decade.
The clean electrification of vehicles and the deployment of a smart charging infrastructure are the success factors to transform vehicles from mere transport assets to decentralized energy resources fully integrated in the clean power system.
But which innovative e-mobility business models to support in the new EU legislative cycle?
A new publication by the European business association smartEn - Smart Energy Europe in cooperation with Power2Drive Europe, the international exhibition for charging infrastructure and e-mobility, brings together pioneering best practices and innovative business models.
The forecasts of the current study "The Energy Transition in the Context of the Nuclear and Coal Phaseout" by EuPD Research in cooperation with The smarter E Europe and the BSW Solar show that in order to avoid a shortfall in electricity generation, photovoltaics and storage must be greatly expanded in Germany. The positive side effect: by 2030, this would be accompanied by a significant positive effect on employment and revenue.
Electromobility and photovoltaics are becoming increasingly interesting for commercial enterprises. Becoming a prosumer of PV electricity and electrifying a fleet is the essence of this guidline, which was coordinated by the German Solar Association and supported by the European Union. It provides suggestions and ideas, as well as technical concepts and gives information on legal framework conditions for commercial enterprises in Germany.
The Exhibition Magazine reports on the topics dominating the industry’s agenda, from direct marketing of solar power, energy storage and e-mobility to virtual power plants. It will tell you where to find the most important events for each topic, what expert presentations you can attend at the Conferences, and which innovations from the international energy industry you can find in which exhibition hall.
The current market overview is published in English and presents around 90 charging stations, wall boxes and versatile charging cables that are currently available. Alongside charging technology, the market overview also covers planning tools used to integrate e-mobility into solar self-consumption systems for buildings and solar carports.