Spanish PV firms say they cannot accept 'retroactive' cut

Javier Anta says the situation creates legal uncertainty

Javier Anta says the situation creates legal uncertainty

The Spanish government is planning to cap the number of hours for which existing solar projects can receive subsidies in what will be a further blow to the country’s photovoltaic (PV) sector, says industry association ASIF.

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