26 Jan '15, 2pm

via @pvmagazine: Italy to omit solar from new renewable incentives plan

Italy to omit solar from new renewable incentives plan 26. January 2015 | Applications & Installations , Financial & Legal Affairs , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers , Markets & Trends | By: Ian Clover Decision to halt solar subsidies follows country's best ever year for PV power generation. In 2014 solar energy covered 7.53% of Italy's electricity needs. Despite/because of Italy's record-breaking solar performance in 2014, the government is set to omit PV from the new renewable incentive plan.Belectric Italy’s industry deputy minister Claudio De Vincenti announced today that the government is planning to halt all solar incentives in the latest decree on renewable energy support schemes. Speaking at a power conference, De Vincenti told the audience that the government believes there is no need to offer solar plants further support, stating: "The decree on renewable...

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