Presentations & Country Showcases

Country showcase sheets

The following showcases present the current (May 2020) prosumer situation in the 8 countries of the project. This includes the status quo, best practices, as well as the main barriers and the foreseeable path to overcome them.

Webinars in non-PVP4Grid countries

Webinar on consumer co-ownership in renewable energy in Czech Republic

31st March 2020

The seminar is organized in cooperation with the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic within the SCORE and PVP4Grid projects supported by the European Union program for research and innovation Horizon 2020.

Webinar on the new European Renewable Framework and the Romanian National Energy and Climate Plan

30th March 2020

EU Policy Workshop “For the Sake of Decarbonising Europe: Bringing PV Prosumers and Distribution System Operators together”

Brussels, 10th March 2020

This workshop aimed to shed light on the upcoming policy options that EU decision-makers could (or should) develop under the Green Deal, and showcase and debate findings from the PVP4Grid project as for developing and better integrating PV Prosumer Solutions in the Distribution Networks across Europe.

European Policy Workshop “PV prosumers on the rise – how Europe can empower more people to produce, consume & sell their own electricity”

Brussels, 21st November 2019

The workshop showcased the results from 3 EU projects and identified what is preventing more Europeans to become PV prosumers – and developed solutions for better policy-making that will remove key barriers and boost the further uptake of photovoltaics across Europe. Organized by the European funded projects PVP4Grid, EU Heroes & iDistributedPV.

Workshop „Trends in PV Development: Self-consumption and Innovative Distributed Applications”

In the framework of the EU PVSEC

Marseille, 9th September 2019

Workshop “Innovation and challenges in the implementation of PV self-consumption in the EU”

Brussels, 29th May 2019

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 764786.