Hungary: Prosumers in feed-in tariff scheme increased by 49 %, SEE Energy News
Hungary’s National Energy Strategy aims to increase the number of households in the feed-in tariff scheme to 200,000 by 2030.
The number of Hungarian households with installed solar panels participating in a feed-in tariff scheme rose by 49 % to 88,112 in 2020, according to data published by the Hungarian Energy and Public Utilities Regulatory Office (MEKH). The total capacity of the solar panels installed by residential prosumers participating in the scheme also rose by 49 % last year, reaching 719.1 MW. The average capacity per household stood at 6.17 kW.
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