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Almost two months ago, I made a post about Greece’s stagnant solar market,a case study of what happens when remarkable solar potential andincentives are hampered by a sluggish bureaucracy. In light of therelative ease with which it is to go solar in states like California orNew Jersey, I thought it might be interesting to revisit [...]
Greece is rapidly becoming one of the most promising markets for solar energy in Europe, but experts warn that its clunky bureaucracy and overly generous subsidies for photovoltaics (PV) could stunt or distort the industry’s development. Greece’s burgeoning solar sector is attracting heavy buzz within the European renewables industry at the moment, underpinned by a [...]
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