Australian Solar Energy vs. German Solar Energy
What is Australian Solar Energy?
The Perth the western Australian capital is the country’s sunniest big city. The people enjoy an average of eight hours of the sunshine per day, rising to 11 hours in the height of summer. Sydney is not far behind, with the Sun on a show for more than seven hours each day. And even cloudier and cooler Melbourne gets five and a half hours.With such enviable weather conditions, one knock-on effect is that Australia leads the way when it comes to the number of homes that have solar panels. More than a million residential properties in the country now have the systems installed. Other nations, such as Germany, may produce more energy from commercial solar power stations, but Prof Green says Australia and Japan have got the most homes with panels. The big rise in the number of Australian families fitting solar panels in the past five years or so has been led by a number of factors, such as higher energy bills, the falling cost of the panels, increased environmental awareness, and generous payments for any surplus electricity that such a kitted out property pumps into the grid system.
What is German Solar Energy?
German set a world record for solar power production. The country has been the world top PV installers for several years still leads in terms of the overall installed capacity that amounted to 38653 MW by the end of April 2015,ahead of china, japan, Italy, and the united states. According to the solar power industry, a feed-in-tariff (FiT) scheme is the most effective means of developing solar power. Germany has taken a multilateral approach towards its growth its PV growth. A feed-in-tariff (FiT) allows investors a guaranteed return on investment. German government offers a feed-in-tariff (FiT) scheme, long term and short term financing opportunities, availability of skilled PV companies, and a good public awareness of the PV technology, largely contributed to this success”.