Decrease of purchase price of kwh of solar electricity

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Decrease of purchase price of kwh of solar electricity




by clasou » 24/10/11, 10:39

Hello,
I just saw this info.
http://www.actu-environnement.com/ae/ne ... #xtor=ES-6

As I'm going to a show this weekend, and it would be amazing not to get hooked ..
I wanted to know if this price applies just to the new connected or if those who signed say at 0.54 a year ago are also affected.
Because in this case I will see if they have changed their argument regarding the return on investment.
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by Did67 » 24/10/11, 11:03

This applies to new connections. Those that have been connected to 0,54 will touch the 0,54 ...

Regular (downward) revision of prices is planned. We simply do not know how it is!

It can be seen, to be honest, that the price of the panels has been roughly halved.

Must see especially if this is passed on !!!
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by clasou » 24/10/11, 11:15

OK, thanks,
By cons not on that for the installations it is lowered, I will see this weekend, so far we heard about 17000 euros.

But what is the price of the peak watt made in France, Bernard speak to him outside France of 1.2 euros.

Which leaves a good margin, moreover There was yesterday evening on m6 a passage on the condensations with the margins.
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by Did67 » 24/10/11, 11:22

Well this is where people get fucked! The PV is always profitable, provided you pay today's price for panels (down) and benefit from today's price (down too) ... If you pay yesterday's price ( high) and benefits from today's rate (lowered), you're the turkey!

It is absolutely necessary to play the competition, but in a fierce way. To be "impenetrable" to all the "promos", "special fair price", and other scams to get you signed right away without giving you time to compare with other offers ...

As the bubble deflates a bit, there are some serious companies that are starting to ... look for work. The "high rollers" are already bankrupt. Beware of those who ask you for an advance ... you are not sure that tomorrow the business still exists!
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by clasou » 24/10/11, 11:31

Well, it's almost Christmas, so we will need turkeys.
As I said another time, if I do a few things, it will only be with two or three panel holes, therefore between 400 and 600 watts.
But unless you join me in a group purchase.
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by bernardd » 24/10/11, 18:05

Hello Clasou,

The last news that I have dates from last week and a big psychological barrier is crossed:

1US $ / Wp ! ie 0,72 € / Wp for the panel alone

With the inverter and the electrical safety equipment for 3kWc, we arrive at $ 4160us for a 3kWc kit, i.e. € 3003 excl.

1 € / Wp for the panel + inverter + electrical safety kit

It remains only to find a 3KWp kit at the large area of ​​the corner, without margin as for gasoline.

Reminder: in France, investing € 1 / Wp means contributing € 0,04 / kWh to the 25kWh / Wp produced over 25 years at the rate of 1000h of 100% production per year, i.e. 1kWh / Wc.an
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by Remundo » 24/10/11, 22:49

Indeed, very clear drop in PV equipment; as a result of mass production from China, even European products are becoming more and more competitive.

For purchase prices, it's here
https://www.econologie.com/forums/post214668.html#214668

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