Clarity emerges for Chinese solar subsidies

The Chinese Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development clarified the structure of China's recently announced solar subsidy program last week (see also the April 2, 2009 LRSJ). According to the newest details, projects must meet a series of criteria to qualify for a maximum...

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