“License Exempt Electricity Generation Opportunities in Turkey” by Çakmak

“License Exempt Electricity Generation Opportunities in Turkey” by Çakmak

çakmakThe license exempt generation has an increasing importance in the Turkish power markets, especially for solar and wind power projects, because of the additional opportunities and incentives under the new Electricity Market Law and its implementing regulations.

A study made by Çakmak Law Office in Ankara summarises the current situation and incentives. To read the article please click here

For further reading on energy matters by Çakmak Law Office  http://www.cakmak.av.tr/publications.html

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