Translation of the Regulation Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation

Translation of the Regulation Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation

SolarNow-Turkey-Banner-26641Dear alternatifenerji.com followers,

Last week we had thanked  Solarplaza for having translated the Communique Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation (dated 2 October 2013, Official Gazzette). We are now thanking them once again for enabling us  to share the Translation of  the Regulation Regarding Unlicensed Electricity Generation, which was released on the same day on the Official Gazzette. The work has been again 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/Regulation-Unlicensed-Electricity-Generation-with-index.pdf

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