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Spain’s Solar Energy Crisis: 62,000 People Bankrupt After Investing in Solar Panels

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Seventeen years ago, Spain’s socialist government decided to inject subsidies into renewable energy. As a result, thousands of Spanish families massively invested in photovoltaic energy. But, as you’ll see in our report, the dream rapidly turned into a nightmare.

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