A group of 11 major Chinese solar power investors on Wednesday said a recent cut in feed-in tariffs has created major problems, urging the government to instead introduce a market-based mechanism to help the industry become self-sufficient within 3-5 years.
Asia Pacific > Chinese solar investors rue subsidy cuts, ask govt for grace period
Chinese solar investors rue subsidy cuts, ask govt for grace period
A group of 11 major Chinese solar power investors on Wednesday said a recent cut in feed-in tariffs has created major problems, urging the government to instead introduce amarket-based mechanism to help the industry become self-sufficient within 3-5 years.
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