The country’s likable results placed the current 1 GW of operational solar power generation capacity at Svensk Solenergi, according to preliminary information from the Swedish Energy Agency who say that Svensk Energi or the Swedish Energy Agency reports being current as of market studies conducted by Swedish Energy Inc.
The possibility of a pandemic occurring because of the dramatic rise in deployment of solar energy in 2020 led to solar energy becoming even more abundant.
Solar growth has been aided by a rebate program that was set to expire. However, it was extended until 2021, benefiting only businesses and communities that applied before July 2020. Since January 1, 2021, residential photovoltaic owners have benefited from a current tax break of 14.55 percent of the installation bill.
The Energy Agency of Sweden forecasts that solar energy in Sweden will continue to grow this year and into 2022, notwithstanding any economic setbacks caused by the global health crisis. With that, solar energy in Sweden has shown its resilience in the face of adversity.
The CEO of Svensk Solenergi, Anne Werner, was quick to comment on the state of solar energy in Sweden, saying that we can finally count national installed power in gigawatts and rejoice that we have moved on from boring megawatt counting.
Sweden needs a long-term national strategy for attracting large – and multinational – scale solar investment to enable installed capacity to expand at a fast pace. As there has been a shift in policies towards green building and rooftop solar in the last decade, we can conclude that ground-mounted solar has seen little response in the way of solar credits over the last decade
The sunny parts of the country would have to make better resources more resources and infrastructure allowances in order to allow for additional solar power parks to be built.
Additionally, Werner has argued that the northern region of Sweden is important for producing a larger amount of electrical energy than the rest of the country is using. While this indicates a need for power plants in the south, it suggests that it could be met by solar energy, it has also unveiled a potentially difficult dilemma in terms of moving energy from the north to the south.