Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Germany eeg surcharge will rise to 7.1-7-3 cents in 2017

EEG surcharge rises 2017 about seven cents per kilowatt hour

The main cause decline in electricity prices on the stock market, for consumers, therefore, needs to change anything. This shows the EEG computer Agora energy revolution

Berlin, July 23, 2017. The allocation to the Renewable Energies Act ( EEG -Umlage) will rise to power calculations for Agora energy transition in 2017 to 7.1 to 7.3 cents per kilowatt hour.Currently stands at 6.35 cents. The essential information for current customers purchase costs for electricity sales hardly change: The sum of market price of electricity and EEG -Umlage is projected to continue to forecast just below 10 cents per kilowatt hour.

The reason for this lies in the many years declining market electricity prices. Because the EEG -Umlage compensates the difference between the market price of electricity and the feed- out, get the operator of wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal plants. So the price of electricity in the 1st half 2016 at an average of 2.5 cents per kilowatt hour, while he still was about 3.2 cents per kilowatt hour per year, 2015. "The cost of electricity consumers remain relatively constant when the power distributors expect honest and pass on their lower purchase prices," says Dr. Patrick Graichen, director of Agora energy transition. "At the same time, consumers get more green electricity for their money. We expect that the share of renewable energy in 2017 increased to more than 35 percent, this year it will probably be 34 percent. "In 2015, the share of renewables in was gross electricity consumption 32.6 percent.

The calculations were performed with the EEG made ​​machines, the Agora energy revolution free on www.agora-energiewende.de offering. He is continuously developed by ├ľko-Institut and has been provided for the allocation forecast 2017 current scenarios for the development of electricity prices, electricity consumption and electricity production from renewable energy sources.

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