By ‘we’ I’ll assume you’re referring to US. One of the main driving forces behind Spain’s recent rapid growth in photovoltaics was the adoption of a feed-in tariff in May of 2007. It makes renewable energy more attractive by raising the price of produced electricity, thus making the electricity project more profitable and paying off faster. A few US states have approved similar tariffs, including California (in 2008), Florida (2009), and Vermont (2009). Just to note, Spain wasn’t first with the idea either – Germany had such a scheme in place in 2000.
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