BLOOMBERG - Members of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union want to limit the growth in solar-panel installations in Germany because the rising costs to consumers may undermine the acceptance of alternative energy, the Financial Times Deutschland reported.
CDU lawmaker and energy-policy expert Thomas Bareiss said
in a letter to Environment Minister Norbert Roettgen
government should cut the guaranteed gratuity per kilowatt hour
for newly installed solar panels by an extra amount on Jan. 1,
the newspaper said.
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