Spain’s government is considering a proposal which would significantly cut the incentives built into the company’s solar subsidy program, Lehman’s Vishal Shah asserted in a research note this morning.
Shah says the latest proposal being discussed by the Spanish government would call for an annual cap of 300 MW in 2009 with a maximum of 2MW for ground-mounted installations. The proposal would cut incentives to 25 euro cents/kilowatt-hour for ground-mounted and 33 cents for roof-top installations, he writes. The current level is 42 cents....MORE
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Solar: Spain May Cut Incentive Program, Lehman Says
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