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Last update: 18.06.2014

National Contact Point: Solar Energy Association of Sweden - Bengt Stridh
(bengt.stridh(at)se.abb.com)

Until 2006 small off-grid PV systems had the largest share of installed PV capacity in Sweden. An investment subsidy was available from mid-2005 to the ... (Unhide text)
 
The statistics about the different market segments in Sweden is very limited. Residential roof-mounted and grid-connected PV systems are most probably largest in number of installations. However, in 2013 grid connected commercial PV systems with size of 20 kW or larger had the largest market share with around 50% of the installed power according to statistics from IEA PVPS Task 1.

 
Waiting Time
 
Active time
Most of the duration is waiting time for investment subsidy decision. In general this waiting time is estimated to 1-2 years in average, but it is hard to predict currently since the new regulation starting in 2013 is not released. Most probably the waiting time is even longer for new applications in early 2014.
 
The waiting time is mainly for the investment subsidy, and this time varies between the 21 county administrations. An application in early 2014 will have difficulties to granted before the end of budget period in 2016, since there is alreade a queue of applications and the remaining budget is too small.

 
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Variations due to experience of PV systems of the companies and the grid operators.

 
Legal-administrative costs
 
Other costs
Variations due to experience of the companies and the grid operators and also in the hourly rates of the companies.
 
Variations due to the companies' and the grid operators' experience as well as due to the hourly costs of the companies.