The Sun is one of the cleanest and inexhaustible sources from which to generate electricity. Thatm relatively little use is made has something to do with the long return on investment period, and certainly to do with the lack of political will.
In the past there were extensive subsidies for large-scale use of solar energy in the Netherlands. In recent years our economic cuts has seen us hand over our leading role to our eastern neighbours. Germany is currently the world’s largest producer of solar panels.
Through global sustainability goals the Netherlands not escape new sustainability incentives, which in our country once again raises the demand for solar power. Large-scale production of solar panels leads to production cost reduction and hence a reduced return on investment time.