TITLE

LA PRODUCCIÓN DE ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES, ACTIVIDAD OBJETO DE GRAVAMEN EN EL ÁMBITO LOCAL. EL MODELO FRANCÉS

AUTHOR(S)
Caracuel, María García
PUB. DATE
September 2011
SOURCE
Nueva Fiscalidad;sep/oct2011, Issue 5, p103
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The implementation of important objectives by the French government for the development of micro power generation, along with the enthusiasm that renewable energies currently produce, have led to numerous photovoltaic and wind plants carried by both individuals and professionals. Encouraged by the political will and carried out by both private economic agents - individuals and entrepreneurs - and public, this activity is one of the instruments used by the French government to fight against climate change.
ACCESSION #
72148658

 

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