The Netherlands has reached a cumulative installed PV capacity of 788.7 megawatts at the end of September, according to the latest statistics released by the local Ministry for Infrastructure and the Environment. The new set up for the first nine months of this year was about 66 megawatts.
In 2013, the new has been installed 366 megawatts. The latest figures, however, are only temporary, and the current installed PV capacity would be much higher.
According to a report recently published by the University of Utrecht, in fact, the photovoltaic power installed 1 gigawatt should have passed the middle of last September. This means that the new installed for the first nine months of this year may have been of 278 megawatts.
According to the report, in addition, the installed PV capacity in the Netherlands could reach 2 gigawatts over the next two or three years.
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