Europeans want to oblige to install solar panels on all houses in order to reduce dependence on the Russian Federation


Europe has once again taken care of ensuring energy independence from Russia. Thus, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced a large-scale project for the rejection of Russian energy resources called REPowerEU.


In particular, the project involves the large-scale installation of solar panels.

We propose to install solar panels on the roofs of commercial and public buildings by 2025, and for new residential buildings by 2029

- said the head of the European Commission.

In addition, under the ambitious plans of a collective Europe, the countries of the region will reduce their electricity consumption by 13 percent and switch to renewable sources of energy instead of fossil fuels.

Representatives of the EU countries also came to an agreement on joint purchases of liquefied natural gas and hydrogen, which will avoid undesirable competition in their distribution.

At the same time, the cost of the program to reduce energy dependence on Russia will cost local taxpayers 300 billion euros, which will be allocated specifically for these purposes.

At the same time, the European Union plans to increase defense spending by 200 billion euros and allocate 9 billion euros for assistance to Ukraine.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 18 May 2022 16: 59
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    At the same time, the cost of the program to reduce energy dependence on Russia will cost local taxpayers 300 billion euros.

    This is for 10 years, and then new 300 billion euros will be needed to purchase new equipment and batteries. The fact that the purchase of gas and goes. Just more crap. Will steel be smelted from solar panels too? And if cloudiness comes, then a smoke break at a steel mill?
    1. passing by Offline passing by
      passing by (passing by) 19 May 2022 05: 43
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      they will need the same chips, lead, lithium .... and with this they are doing poorly.
  2. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Boris) 18 May 2022 17: 32
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    We propose to install solar panels on rooftops by 2025

    Well, if the roofs are covered with snow, will they organize subbotniks?
  3. Observer2014 Offline Observer2014
    Observer2014 18 May 2022 18: 00
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    Europeans want to oblige to install solar panels on all houses in order to reduce dependence on the Russian Federation

    Well, on the other hand, they will get out of the comfort zone at least a little. Otherwise, there was once stress there, the lights were turned off for a couple of hours, at their boring tables there will be something to talk about in the case itself. laughing
  4. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 18 May 2022 18: 25
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    It would be nice in the Russian Federation to initially include solar panels, apartment heating meters, motion sensors for turning lights on and off in entrances and on floors in the equipment of new buildings, otherwise general house expenses are an impenetrable jungle and Klondike for "initiative" house managers
  5. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 18 May 2022 18: 51
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    Quote: Bulanov
    At the same time, the cost of the program to reduce energy dependence on Russia will cost local taxpayers 300 billion euros.

    This is for 10 years, and then new 300 billion euros will be needed to purchase new equipment and batteries. The fact that the purchase of gas and goes. Just more crap. Will steel be smelted from solar panels too? And if cloudiness comes, then a smoke break at a steel mill?

    Solar panels have a power utilization factor (NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH Efficiency) of about 20%. This means that it gives energy approximately, on average, 20% of the installed capacity per day (at night it rests, in cloudy weather, it drains in the morning and evening). Moreover, the efficiency of the most sophisticated is no more than 23%. This is the limit, they can never give higher. I explain. Each semiconductor layer senses the light of its own spectrum. Only green, only red, etc. To take ALL the solar energy, the panels are made multi-layered, which remove the energy of their own spectrum. Today we have reached 25 layers. But each layer is slightly opaque. Therefore, it makes no sense to increase the number of layers. Further. The battery has an efficiency of about 80%. further - an energy converter from a solar battery to a battery, the efficiency is about 90%. Next, a converter from a 24 Volt (or 48 Volt) battery to a 220 Volt network (for us), or 120 Volt (for them) is about 90%. To find the overall efficiency, you need to multiply them all. As a result, from 1,2 kilowatts of solar power at noon per m² for an average apartment that consumes 3 kW of electricity per hour, in middle latitude, we get crumbs, for about a million Russian modern rubles. I would like to ask, who can oblige me, if I am in Germany, to pay for this nonsense?
  6. AICO Offline AICO
    AICO (Vyacheslav) 18 May 2022 19: 19
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    - Yeah, but at the steel-smelting 10 panels per roof at once - in a row, but hardly !!! It is unlikely that the workers will agree to pay for your stupidity out of their own pocket, they’d better carry you in their arms to the last operating furnace, especially at the krupp - the historical memory is left like stuffing into the stoves !!!
  7. Eduard Aplombov Offline Eduard Aplombov
    Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) 18 May 2022 19: 38
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    I propose to oblige to wear quilted jackets and felt boots at home at low temperatures
  8. Poligraf Poligrafovich (Vadim Vorobyov) 18 May 2022 19: 39
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    ... I would pick where I got out from ... And why are they ... European so aggressive?
  9. Neville Stator Offline Neville Stator
    Neville Stator (Neville Stator) 18 May 2022 19: 53
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    It is better to install one on hats and caps.
  10. komteh31 Offline komteh31
    komteh31 (elijah) 18 May 2022 22: 51
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    ...and we will burn in hell, brethren, if we do not remember Saint Ursula...

    (this is from "Duenna") :) Aunt-gynecologist is clearly at odds with a calculator and just with her head. To oblige! to put! solar panels on all roofs! Has she ever heard of solar inverters? Network-non-network and how much do they cost? How much do batteries cost (which need to be changed every 8-10 years)? Oblige? This is just a clinic (obviously not a gynecological one).
    1. EVYN WIXH Offline EVYN WIXH
      EVYN WIXH (EVYN WIXH) 19 May 2022 10: 00
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      Can you imagine how much equipment and materials this is? How many people can be provided with work (although the result may turn out to be doubtful in the end), and how much money can be earned on this - "cut off"? Klondike! Well, when everything does not end very well, you can tell the people that "they made a mistake, they say, call, who doesn't happen to?" And it is even better to refer to the changed climatic conditions, generally a win-win option.
  11. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 18 May 2022 23: 37
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    Everything is logical.
    They just somehow forgot that there is a warming, emissions, green energy, and so as not to flood, S.batteries must be installed this way and that.
    And money is clearly needed for this more than for Honduras, Ukraine, and even Armament.
    Since it can flood quickly, but for now the weapons will be tested and produced ....

    Combined Greens with Z-polite...
  12. cooper Offline cooper
    cooper (Alexander) 19 May 2022 02: 24
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    Let them put solar panels up their asses.
  13. Anatole 46 Offline Anatole 46
    Anatole 46 (Anatoly) 19 May 2022 06: 54
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    REPowerEU... Rip EU
  14. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 19 May 2022 10: 32
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    What if it rains and snows?
  15. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 19 May 2022 12: 46
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    At the same time, the cost of the program to reduce energy dependence on Russia will cost local taxpayers 300 billion euros.

    Something this amount is suspiciously often found in the news and is 100% the same as the amount of stolen Russian state reserves. It seems that they can not share (or completely grab) the pie that unexpectedly arrived in the "blue helicopter".
  16. k7k8 Offline k7k8
    k7k8 (vic) 19 May 2022 17: 25
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    300 billion

    As it is now fashionable to say, "few people know about it (although it is usually an open secret), but" this money would be enough to build 33 (thirty-three, Karl!) NPPs of the Belarusian NPP type, built according to the latest and absolutely safe project, and there would still be a little bit of babosik left to "wash". However, the sickly appetites of the so-called. "greens".
  17. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 19 May 2022 23: 45
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    Quote: Jacques Sekavar
    It would be nice in the Russian Federation to initially include solar panels, apartment heating meters, motion sensors for turning lights on and off in entrances and on floors in the equipment of new buildings, otherwise general house expenses are an impenetrable jungle and Klondike for "initiative" house managers

    That is, to make apartments inaccessible to average earners, to build only for the Galkins with their billions? Don't make a fuss. Panels are useless. Completely illiterate.