Translation of the Communique Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation

Translation of the Communique Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation

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Dear alternatifenerji.com followers,

Thanks to Solarplaza who translated the Communique Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation (dated 2 October 2013, Official Gazzette) , we are able to share this invaluable information with our followers. The work has been lead and paid by Solarplaza for the upcoming Solar Now Turkey conference. http://www.solarnowturkiye.com/

Please click on the link below for the file:

http://www.alternatifenerji.com/wp-content/uploads/Communique-Unlicensed-Electricity-Generation-Translation.pdf

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