Report on changes of support scheme for PV in Europe

The photovoltaic (PV) technology has grown over the past decade at a remarkable pace, becoming a major source of energy globally. The world's cumulative PV capacity surpassed the impressive 100-gigawatt installed electrical power mark at the end of 2012, capable of producing as much annual electrical energy as 16 coal power plants or nuclear reactors of 1 GW each.

In spite of this, over the past years the European solar PV sector has been continuously
facing retrospective measures directly attacking the stability and viability of existing PV
installations in a number of European countries. Such measures, as well as unexpected and sudden  support scheme changes and other negative measures, seriously damage the investment climate for  PV. They also have a negative impact on PV at European and global levels, as they artificially turn PV  into a risky investment, while it is normally not, thanks to its fuel independency.

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