ok dude you lose because we get energy for ZERO € per MWh.
this is so because a solar power plant hit return of investment and then if its your own power plant you get energy for ZERO!
oh and you lose again LOL-
if you read the hole forum threat then you can read my calculation about solar power
it costs 35€ per MWh if you're not the owner.
and you lose again!...LOL-- give up dude.
dude i do have a 10,5KWp solar power plant i really know whats going on in germany.
the KFW-Bank pay it 100% without any credit safety
and then you hit return of investment after 8 years.
but your modules do have guarantee of 20 years and a run to end of life of 40 years.
then if you wana calculate 40MWh of energy you calculate 1MWh with the EEG law price of 0,16€
its 160€ per 1 MWh forced by EEG law.
now you calculate 8MWh its 160*8= 1 280€
now you have your price for solar power over 40 years. (because we calculate the costs not the market price and profit.)
1280€/40= 32€ per 1MHh if you only calculate it with 100% Guarantee of the modules its 64€ per 1MWh.
this is the PURE costs! so you lose again!
Yes Germany may export 4MWh of energy but they may still import 20MWh. Its common for countries to exchange power back and forth so just exporting 4MWh is meaningless. You see statistics showing both net export vs net import to be able to draw any conclusions.
do you cover profit in your cost calculation?
are you stupid?
i calculate 32€ per 1MWh of pure costs for solar power.
even if you only calculate 20 years and not 40 years you get 64€
and this is lower than your (<70€/MWh)
your argument is only valid if you point out that the profit rate is to high.
sure the profit rate of the companies are to high but its not the fault of the solar power.