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 Germanys feed-in tariffs.
According to Germanys 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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