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May 6th, 2011
Episode 578 of 1265 episodes
Taiwan requires electric utilities to purchase renewable energy, subsidized by the government. When solar rates went down, the government changed the contract terms, saving on government funding but causing the solar investors to make less profit. Was this justified?