Solar stocks (TAN -5.7%) take a beating after Germany announces it will reduce solar power...
Solar stocks (TAN -5.7%) take a beating after Germany announces it will reduce solar power incentives sooner than expected. The government will cut incentives to 19.5 cents per kw hour for small plants, to 16.5 cents for plants up to 1,000 kw, to 13.5 cents for plants of up to 10 mw. FSLR -6.3%, TSL -9.9%, SOL -7.6%, STP -5.4%, JASO -5.3%, YGE -7.6%, SPWR -3.2%.
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