Italian energy deals on the rise as subsidy deadline approaches
A surge of Italian energy deals has provided a ray of light for local lawyers as companies rush to sign off renewables projects before subsidies are cut next year. The Italian Government has been giving companies subsidies, known as feed-in tariffs, since 2007, to boost renewable energy projects, but is set to amend the regime shortly.
A surge of Italian energy deals has provided a ray of light for local lawyers as companies rush to sign off renewables projects before subsidies are cut next year.
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