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Italy Set To Cut Solar Incentives In April | Solarplaza | The global solar energy (PV) platform

REUTERS - Italy is set to approve a new support scheme for solar power generation in April which will cut production incentives sharply as the government moves to lighten power bills for Italian consumers, two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.

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