The Covid-19 crisis has left the solar market relatively unscathed, and in Germany, at least, it looks as if the final hurdles holding back an urgently needed PV boom have been cleared. In the evening hours of June 18, the uncertainty finally lifted, as the German parliament decided to eliminate the 52 GW cap on solar PV. Although the corresponding decision in the second chamber of Germany’s legislature, the Bundesrat, was still pending at press time, this is usually a formality. Still, the industry has reacted cautiously to the good news.
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