An expected round of German solar subsidy cuts may be implemented as soon as April. An...
An expected round of German solar subsidy cuts may be implemented as soon as April. An unexpectedly high level of late-2011 spending in the world's largest solar market (not enough to keep prices from crashing) is contributing to pressure for a new round of cuts. A surge in installations is expected to occur ahead of the cuts, which may be in the 35% range.
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