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Development of Energy Prices 

Sunlight offers two opportunities to generate power: electricity and heat. Today’s solar energy pricing is particularly convenient. Industrial solar power plants in Germany are capable of delivering solar generated electricity for less than 9 cents per kilowatt hour.


Amazing Effects


Solar cells convert sunlight directly into energy. Semiconductors made of silicon release electric charges when exposed to light. These charges flow off as electrons via an electrical conductor. The resulting direct current is instantly usable for electrical devices or can be stored in batteries for later use. Conversion to alternating current electricity permits the generated electricity to be effortlessly fed into public electric networks. 

You Benefit From Low Module Prices

The solar power industry is growing – for good reasons. During the past several years no other energy technology has realized comparable value for money improvements. Since 2006, the extraordinary, reasonable prices for solar modules has contributed to almost a 70 percent decrease in overall costs for roof mountings. The relationship between governmental funding and production price creates further pricing harmony. So the assembling of a solar power plant easily pays off for the installation’s owner.

Safe and Lucrative!


We are only a few years away from solar power plants will delivering the most reasonably priced electricity in many parts of the world. By 2025, Southern Europe estimates production prices will decrease to at least 4 to 6 cents per kilowatt hour. By 2050 the price level might even decrease to between 2 to 4 cents per kilowatt hour.

However, even today solar energy is rather inexpensive: big solar power systems in Germany deliver energy for less than 9 cents per kilowatt hour.

So owning photovoltaics or investing in solar power means both a safe and lucrative energy anchor.      

Calculating the household price for electricity combines three essential factors:


  • the basic price for buying and distributing solar energy

  • payments for using electricity sourced from the public network

  • governmental price participation such as taxes or EEG-contributions


Risk Factors


You risk higher installation costs if you choose a construction company which is not capable of professionally assembling your photovoltaic system and linking it to the public both within budget and on time. These risks could arise from a lack of skilled specialists or temporary work shortages. 


Our quality standards rule out these risk factors and circumstances. HADI TEHERANI SOLAR is the ideal alternative to implement your solar energy project.  

Are you interested in more information? 


Please feel free to contact our office to speak with a representative or to request further informative documentation.

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