Wallonia offers a helping hand to poor and PV developers

On April 1, 2013, the Belgian state of Wallonia will end its current green certificate scheme and begin the new green certificate scheme called "Qualiwatt." In addition to speeding up administrative procedures, a made-in-Europe bonus, and a charge for feeding power back into the grid, the governm...

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