Subsidies Offer Ray of Hope for Solar Industry
(Beijing) – China's struggling solar energy equipment makers may see light at the end of the tunnel now that the government has agreed to subsidize small solar power stations and a major power distributor is offering access to the grid.
Moreover, several sources told Caixin, the government led by the National Energy Administration (NEA), an arm of the powerful National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), plans to roll out additional solar industry stimulus policies at an accelerated rate.
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