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Market Update: Solar wars - a new hope for the Spanish PV market

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By James Blackman, Freelance journalist

The Spanish photovoltaic market, once the darling of the global industry, has been ailing for almost a decade. But a new government finds itself with a mandate to build capacity, repeal taxes and redress the balance. James Blackman polls the market on its hopes for a new start.

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