Solar Panel Industry Assoc Head Warns of Delays
The head of the Hungarian Solar Panel Association said members may not be able to meet fully the recent increase in demand for solar panel installation until next year, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
Ernő Kiss noted that association members installed solar panels on 35,000 homes last year. In the past few weeks alone, members have received around 60,000 inquiries regarding solar panel installation, he added.
He said members face administrative hurdles - such as delays in clearance from electricity distributors - as well as a shortage of products because of the war in Ukraine.
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