The Chinese government might restructure its solar subsidies to abolish one-time subsidies in...
The Chinese government might restructure its solar subsidies to abolish one-time subsidies in lieu of feed-in tariffs, favor smaller projects, and promote construction in areas with power shortages, says an industry official. The remarks follow media reports of pending feed-in tariff cuts, and dovetail with new Premier Li Keqiang's push to introduce a fresh round of market reforms. "The wave of solar industry consolidation that’s hit Europe and the U.S. is coming to China," says industry observer Nathanael Greene.
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