Japanese government passes feed-in tariff bill

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Prime minister's last act before resigning ensures utilities will pay a set rate to green energy producers from July 2012

The Japanese parliament approved a feed-in tariff scheme for renewable energy producers late last week, despite the resignation of the nation's prime minister. The bill was passed by the upper house...

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