German FIT threat tips ambitious Solarhybrid over the edge

Plans to change the FIT spurred solar's supporters to hit the streets of Germany

Plans to change the FIT spurred solar's supporters to hit the streets of Germany

German developer Solarhybrid – which only last month clinched a deal to buy bankrupt Solar Millennium’s 2.25GW project pipeline in the US – has itself entered insolvency proceedings, falling victim to looming changes to Germany’s feed-in tariff (FIT).

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