Renewable Energies

Negative Power Prices and § 51

Negative power prices and the regulations of § 51 EEG have a direct influence on the revenues of wind farms and PV projects. We quantify the development of negative prices and the corresponding loss of revenue on the basis of our forecast calculations, taking into account future developments in the energy industry. Our §51 study, which we have been offering and regularly updating since 2015, provides a sound energy industry assessment basis for investors, banks and project planners of wind farms and solar projects.

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