One analyst who has been speaking with sources in Germany, said that a variety of investors -- for a variety of reasons -- may have decided to head back into solar on Tuesday, a marked contrast from the profit-taking that we have seen in recent days. However, there still is "absolutely no deal," the analyst said, adding, "there is still a lot of wood to chop in regards to the German solar subsidy program."

No deal, and no official word from the Germany government.

At least for one day, though, some bullish solar investors spoke up.

-- Reported by Eric Rosenbaum in New York.

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