Netherlands identifies 725 km2 of solar-suitable rooftops

Netherlands identifies 725 km2 of solar-suitable rooftops

The Dutch authorities, via a brand new open-access PV database, has found that roughly 50% of all rooftops within the Netherlands might doubtlessly host PV methods. Nonetheless, solely 8% of them might instantly accommodate photo voltaic arrays with out the necessity for impediment elimination.

Just a few months after its launch, the RVO mentioned the brand new software has already helped to determine round 725 km2 of rooftops that might host PV methods. This represents round 50% of the nation’s rooftops.

Of this floor space, nonetheless, solely 8% is straight appropriate for putting in photo voltaic panels,” the company mentioned in a press release. “In different circumstances, obstacles should first be resolved.”

The Dutch solar market added 4.82 GW of latest PV capability in 2023, based on the “Nationaal Photo voltaic Trendrapport 2023” research, which was lately printed by consultancy Dutch New Power (DNE) Analysis.

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