From 2016 China will cut subsidy rate offered to wind and solar projects to reflect falling construction costs
China will cut the subsidy payments to new wind and solar plants next year to reflect declines in construction and operational costs. From 2016 tariffs for new wind farms will be cut by up to 0.02 yuan...
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