Large solar projects still 'at risk' from EU-China tariff deal

Will Nichols
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Industry warns reported fixed price may be too high to make large projects economic, as European manufacturers prepare legal action

Large solar projects could yet become casualties of the deal struck between the EU and China over imported solar panels, industry experts have today warned, despite hopes the agreement will provide a boost...

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