Germany: FIT talks continue


Minister of Economics, Philip Rösler of the FDP (German Liberal Party) and Federal Minister for the Environment, Norbert Röttgen of the CDU (Christian Democrat) are in charge of coming to a joint agreement, and submitting a new bill by the end of February, on the revisions to be made to Germany’s feed-in tariffs.

According to Germany’s Rheinische Post, the ministers have discussed the possibility of applying a one-time tariff reduction in April. It added that they are additionally considering reducing solar incentives more regularly and in smaller steps.

Translated by Becky Stuart.

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