BDEW, the association of German industry, has published figures for renewable energy generation in 2012 until September.
They show solar up to 24.9 TWh between January and September, which is a 50% increase to last year’s 16.5 TWh.
Wind is also up, though only by 8%. It is at 35 TWh, from 32.5 TWh last year.
Wind had a share of 8.6% in the German electricity mix, and solar of 6.1%. All renewable energy generation forms provided 26% of electricity. That latter share will go down for the whole year, since there is less production expected from October to December.