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Last update: 28.05.2014

National Contact Point: Holland Solar - Arthur de Vries / Amelie Veenstra
(hollandsolar(at)hollandsolar.nl)

The realisation of small residential rooftop PV systems (average size of 3 kWp) has continued to experience a strong growth in the Netherlands over the last year, thanks to its economical attractiveness in comparison with prices for electricity from the grid and the many collective purchasing initiatives. Several of the organisations behind these initiatives have developed a succesful 'one-stop-shopping' service for the buyers, including ... (Unhide text)
 
The standard application for residential rooftop PV systems consists of building applied PV panels mounted on the surface of new and existing non-listed buildings.

 
Waiting Time
 
Active time
During the lifetime of the project, several processes can be performed in parallel to reduce the total duration.
 
The waiting time has been reduced significantly over the past 12 months, due to the discontinuation of the PV subsidy and improved grid connection processes. The need to replace meters may however in some cases still significantly offset the waiting time, depending on the grid operator.

 
Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
 
Non Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
The labor required to address the legal administrative requirements are related to obtaining the grid connection and (optionally) the 'small entrepeneur' tax status

 
Legal-administrative costs
 
Other costs
The cost to address the legal administrative requirements is related to obtaining the grid connection and (optionally) the 'small entrepeneur' tax status
 
The majority of the cost of the project are linked to the construction of the PV system, in certain cases followed by the cost of financing (depending on the financial position of the project developer) and grid connection (for replacement of meters and other technical aspects).