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Romania’s wind power industry pushes for a clearly stated public choice in favour of the installation of additional wind power from the government

Romania’s wind power industry pushes for a clearly stated public choice in favour of the installation of additional wind power from the government The new green certificates system “will either revive the wind power market by creating a stable framework or it will kill the market due to a lack of stability and thoroughness in its implementation” according to Nicolas Bruynooghe, Business Development Director, Electrawinds.  “A clearly stated public choice in favour of the installation of additional wind power is needed from the Romanian government, both through public announcements as through the implementation of a stable support system.”

42.1% antidumping fee for Chinese photovoltaic manufacturers

42.1% antidumping fee for Chinese photovoltaic manufacturersEuropean officials decided imposing an antidumping fee of 42.1% for the Chinese PV manufacturing companies, provision coming into force just today, 28th of November 2013, after yesterday the document was published in the EU Official Gazette.

Wind turbines to be “especially” taxed by 1.5% of their value

Wind turbines to be “especially” taxed by 1.5% of their valueStarting January 1st 2014 a new law will come into force, regarding special construction owners and obliging them to pay a new tax of 1,5% of the construction value. Until now, special construction was exempted from paying this tax, but this situation changed after officials adopted and published an Emergency Ordinance amending the Tax Code.

54 MW wind farm in Poland from Marguerite Fund and RP Global Group

54 MW wind farm in Poland from Marguerite Fund and RP Global GroupThe Marguerite Fund, which we also talked about here, together with its partner RP Global Group, has recently finalized a new wind farm in Poland, after getting in October a 49.99% stake from a project of two wind farms in this country.

First floating wind turbine in Japan became functional

First floating wind turbine in Japan became functionalAfter the nuclear disaster in 2011 in Fukushima, the biggest in the last 25 years, the Japanese authorities decided for the renewable energy to become a priority in the national energy system, and protecting the environment to get a special attention as well.

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