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Serbia: Enthusiasm for rooftop solar power dampened by costs and red tape

By DW
10 September 2022   |   2:33 pm
Interest in private solar panels in Serbia is high, and experts say that the country's potential is considerable. The government is keen for private households to install solar panels. So why is the uptake stalling?

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