No, however over the last few years Germany lost many jobs in the PV industry.
In 2018, the PV industry employed 24,000 people in Germany [BSW]. By comparison, about 21,000 people still worked in lignite mining and lignite-fired power plants in 2015 [ÖKO1]. Businesses from the following sectors contribute to the German PV industry:
1. manufacture of materials: solar silicon, metal pastes, bus bars, plastic films, solar glass, coated glass
2. manufacture of intermediate and final products: modules, cables, inverters, mounting structures, tracker systems
3. mechanical engineering for cell and module production
4. installation (especially trade)
In 2019, the German inverter manufacturers held notable shares of the global market with approx. 10%, silicon manufacturers (Wacker), silver paste manufacturers (Heraeus) and manufacturers of production systems.
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