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The Greek government is to introduce retroactive cuts to the country’s feed-in tariff in a bid to reduce a deficit in the fund it uses for renewable energy.
The Indian government has confirmed it will offer developers the option to bid for solar projects with or without a domestic content requirement (DCR), which could serve to placate domestic grievances against importers of modules.
Colorado State University’s Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) has launched an online database enabling users to track renewable energy-related legislation across all 50 US states.
Thailand’s government has announced plans to support a major expansion of the country’s solar rooftop sector on both domestic and commercial buildings.
The government of Malta has announced three clean energy schemes, effective 13 May.
The German Federal Network Agency has announced PV feed-in tariffs (FiTs) will suffer a monthly 1.8% degression, effective today, and then on 1 June and 1 July.
Aggressive action to kill off renewable targets in North Carolina failed this week after a committee in the state legislature defeated the measure with Republican votes.
A leading solar installer accused Arizona’s largest utility of trying to “crush” net energy metering earlier this week.
The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has announced a tariff of Rs. 6.49/kWh (US$0.120) for its 1GW tender issued in January.
The German government’s plans to freeze the country’s renewable energy levy have ground to a halt.