Merkel hints at further cuts to German solar incentives

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Chancellor questions whether Germany shouldn't focus on importing solar power from southern Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has signalled that her government's love affair with solar energy could be approaching its end, telling a Christian Democrat party conference that further cuts to solar...

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