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June 5, 2012 -- Solar power firms are betting that the nuclear crisis in Japan will become a game-changer for renewable energy in the world's third largest economy, with new foreign entrants such as Canadian Solar looking to go toe-to-toe there with some of the biggest utilities in Asia.
They will be given a big helping hand next month when the government introduces a generous subsidy for renewable energy via a so-called feed-in tariff (FIT), in a bid to encourage alternative energy sources, which currently only generate about 1 percent of power in Japan. >>More

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