PV LEGAL Project website
This project, funded by the European Commission’s Intelligent Energy for Europe programme is now complete. It ran from July 2009 until February 2012. Its aim was to contribute reducing bureaucratic barriers holding back the development of Photovoltaic (PV) energy installations throughout Europe.
The PV LEGAL project has been a large success, capitalising on this, it is now being replaced by the PV GRID project which started in May 2012 and which will run for 30 months, until October 2014. PV GRID will continue the work undertaken in PV LEGAL by continuing researching existing regulations, identifying barriers and suggesting solutions to reduce these when developing a PV System. The scope of PV GRID will be larger than PV LEGAL since it will evaluate the situation in 15 European countries and will also deepen the analysis on grid integration matters.
Find out more about PV GRID: www.pvgrid.eu
Find out about more information on the work completed within the PV LEGAL project:
29 February 2012 - “PV LEGAL” becomes “PV GRID” as of May 2012
The PV LEGAL project is finalising at the end of February but this is not the end of the story. In...
29 February 2012 - PV LEGAL results – overview of the project findings.
The PV LEGAL project, started in July 2009, has been producing a lot of results, we would like to...
29 February 2012 - Breaking down the barriers to solar photovoltaic development: Much has been achieved but more work needs to be done concludes PV LEGAL project
In a Final report published in February, the PV LEGAL project finds that despite some progresses,...
08 February 2012 - Breaking down the barriers to solar photovoltaic development: More work needs to be done
PV LEGAL project finds that despite some progress, many EU Member States still must remove...