Apparently the success of Germany’s solar program has largely to do with its Renewable Energy Act (also known as the EEG) which it passed in 2000. This act allowed Germany to mandate that utilities pay a set fee for photovoltaic energy in the form of a feed-in tariff. Germany has recently been scaling back this tariff in order to reflect the cheaper energy costs that this act has resulted in.
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