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Current price index of solar PV modules

PVX spot market price index solar PV modules 

In cooperation with the world’s largest brand-independent marketplace for solar modules and inverters pvXchange, Solarserver presents a monthly index of wholesale prices for thin film and crystalline PV modules.

Price trends May 2016

Module type, origin

€ / Wp

Trend since 2016-04

Trend since 2016-01

Crystalline modules

Germany, Europe


  - 1.8%

   - 5.1%

Japan, Korea


  - 1.6%

   - 4.5%



  - 1.8%

   - 3.6%

Southeast Asia, Taiwan  




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Solar Weekly Insight June 2016-2


This week’s edition focuses on Intersolar and ees Europe and major industry trends to be presented at the leading solar industry and energy storage trade shows and conferences in Munich June, 21–24, 2016.

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