Solar Broke Records All Over Europe This Summer

This year saw new solar output highs across Europe as summer temperature records were smashed.

In the U.K., solar broke the record for weekly output between June 21 and June 28, producing 533 gigawatt-hours of energy. In July, solar also reached a new high in Germany, with a record 6.17 terawatt-hours of production. Further north, Denmark registered 361 hours of sunshine in May. This led to an increase of 33 percent in solar electricity production, smashing previous records. And in the Netherlands, a sunny July saw 75 percent more solar power generation than in the same month last year. 

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This is good news, but with more and more solar being installed every year, isn't it kind of obvious that solar will continue to set records almost every year?

 

By the way, I got solar this Summer 😀

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