Germany's feed-in-tariffs fiasco with local content requirement amping up

On May 11, 2012 Germany's Bundesrat, which is Germany's second chamber of parliament and constitutes delegates from the 16 federal states, suspended the government's proposed bill to cut subsidies for the solar industry and referred it to a mediation committee composed from the two chambers of parli...

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