Germany’s federal Minister of Economics, Rainer Brüderle wants to abolish support for solar power in the medium term as a part of the renewable energy law (EEG) in Germany.
Nevertheless, he does not want a rapid end to the feed-in tariffs of photovoltaic systems. This week, the Environment Committee and the Bundestag are again dealing with solar energy.
In an interview with the Hamburger Abendblatt, Brüderle said that the actual feed-in tariffs in photovoltaic are “only a temporary stumbling block” and he wishes that solar energy and power will be competitive in several years without any subsidies.
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