03 Jan '12, 3pm

Solar energy goes through the roof in Germany: That's enough energy to meet the annual needs of some 5.1 million...

Solar energy goes through the roof in Germany: That's enough energy to meet the annual needs of some 5.1 million...

While sharply falling solar technology costs have been bad for many solar-power companies, cheaper photovoltaics last year were a boon for countries like Germany that aim to aggressively grow renewable energy. Significantly higher oil and gas prices also helped to drive solar-energy installations, BSW-Solar said.

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