I would say the same of the US solar industry. While nations like Germany, Australia, Italy, France and the U.K. have rolled back subsidies we've held ours stubbornly high. Investors claim you need steady subsidy policy to encourage growth - that's marketing BS. Holding subsidies static unnecessarily holds up prices and prevents competition from weeding the weak. The cows are going to come home after the election and things are going to get messy.