By Karl-Friedrich Lenz
This article originally appeared on Lenz Blog (minor changes below). Zachary Shahan already reported that Germany will start a subsidy program for batteries used with small solar power from May 1st on. Now there has been an official news release from the German government on the matter. People will be able to get low-cost financing from the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau, the government-owned development bank. And they will get a subsidy of 30% of the battery costs. Solar PV systems … Read More
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