Low-cost PV - The Key for Sustainable Future Energy System
The factsheet shows how affordable solar PV is the key for electrifying the future sustainable energy system where fossils are replaced by renewable fuels.
The PV LCOE is predicted to decrease by about 20% by 2030, and by 50% by 2050.
White paper: Towards Sustainable and Massive Deployment of Photovoltaics: The Nexus of Socio-Economic and Technological Challenges
The white paper provides a set of recommendations to increase support, fund research and innovation, and engage with stakeholders and policymakers.
Bechmarking of production cost and support schemes in different regions
This document compares the productions costs, the support schemes and the components costs in Europe and different regions like USA, China, India and Turkey.
European Critical Raw Materials Act Public Consultation ETIP PV Contribution
The European Technology and Innovation Platform on Photovoltaics ETIP PV welcomes the opportunity to
contribute to the European Commission public consultation on the upcoming European Critical Raw materials
act. The European Union needs to have a raw material strategy that is consistent with the imperatives of its
energy and climate policies, notably with regards to energy independence and for the success of the European
Green Deals in terms of jobs and social impacts. As the European platform assessing the research and innovation
needs of the PV sector throughout its value chain and towards the market uptake of innovative technologies,
the ETIP PV is well situated to provide a perspective on the European Critical Raw Materials Act in the
perspective of the energy transition.
Expert input paper on eco-design & energy labelling for photovoltaic modules, inverters and systems in the EU
This report is the the result of a Joint Mission Group of Solar Industry Experts and Researchers, building on the findings of the European Commission Preparatory Study for Eco-Design, Energy Labelling, Green Public Procurement and Ecolabelling. The findings of the Expert Input Paper aim to support the criteria development process within the framework of compulsory policy instruments further evaluated in the supporting study.