Will you be paying in euros or dollars?

September 9, 2009
Not so sunny: trade war looms in solar space

A solar system below 10 kilowatt costs about 3,400 euros in Germany, while a large home solar set-up would sell at more than $70,000 in the United States.

How can I compare prices in Germany and the United States when you write “A solar system below 10 kilowatt costs about 3,400 euros in Germany, while a large home solar set-up would sell at more than $70,000 in the United States.”
Pedro

A good point, and the story should have contained a common currency so you could compare apples with apples. We refiled a more useful version: GBU Editor

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