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Renewable Power Market Policy Changes August 2017

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Renewable Power Market, Policy Changes, August 2017

Summary

August 2017 saw a number of policy changes in the global renewable power market.

In the Americas, in the US, the deadline to obtain solar power tax credit was August 31, 2017 for Louisiana taxpayers. Orlando City Commission consented to 100% from renewables by 2050. Nederland, Colorado, consented to 100% from clean, renewable energy sources by 2025. Argentina has put in place value added tax (VAT) returns for renewable energy investment projects.

In Asia-Pacific, the Renewable Energy (Jobs and Investment) Bill 2017 was introduced in Victoria (Australia). Taiwan's National Development Council (NDC) aims to attain 100% from renewables energy sources in Penghu County by 2025. In India, the state of Haryana has set aside wheeling charges on solar generating power plants, and the Indian government has enforced a new law for solar power procurement.

In Europe, Middle East, and Africa, the Ukraine government consented to an energy strategy until 2035. In the Netherlands, Amsterdam put forward a rebate scheme for community solar rooftop projects. Iran has come up with a renewable target of one gigawatt (GW) per year through 2022. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) consented to three windows for grid-connected renewable power projects.

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The report covers all policy changes across the globe for renewable energy technologies in August 2017

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1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

2 Summary

3 Renewable Power Market, Policy Changes, August

3.1 Americas

3.1.1 Deadline to Obtain Solar Power Tax Credit was August , 17 for Louisiana Taxpayers

3.1.2 Nederland, Colorado Consents to % from Clean, Renewable Energy by

3.1.3 Orlando City Commission Consents to % from Renewable Sources by

3.1.4 Argentina's Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP) has Put in Place VAT Return for Renewable Energy Investment Projects

3.2 Asia-Pacific

3.2.1 Renewable Energy (Jobs and Investment) Bill 17 Introduced for Victoria

3.2.2 Taiwan's National Development Council (NDC) Aims to Attain % from Renewables in Penghu County by

3.2.3 The Indian State of Haryana has set aside Wheeling Charges on Solar Generating Power Plants

3.2.4 The Indian Government Enforces New Law for Solar Power Procurement

3.3 Europe, Middle East, and Africa

3.3.1 Ukraine Government Consents to Energy Strategy until

3.3.2 Amsterdam Introduces Rebate Scheme for Community Solar Rooftop Projects

3.3.3 Iran Sets a Target of 1 GW of Renewables per Year through

3.3.4 The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) Consents to Three Windows for Grid-connected Renewable Power Projects

4 Appendix

4.1 Abbreviations

4.2 Bibliography

4.3 Contact Us

4.4 Disclaimer


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