Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
I hear Italy is going to catch up soon. they offer a pretty good rate for wind power... The only problem is that it's renegotiable in the future, so not entirely risk free. It's not barring investors though. I think the there layer decision making process (city, region... forgetting the third one) makes it pretty hard for outsiders to enter the market. Furthermore the wind market has been handed over to russian investors for the most part.

The other very good thing about italian laws regarding wind power is that they allow you to build in other countries: albania is on the list because there are lines accross the adriatic.

Rien n'est gratuit en ce bas monde. Tout s'expie, le bien comme le mal, se paie tot ou tard. Le bien c'est beaucoup plus cher, forcement. Celine

by UnEstranAvecVueSurMer (holopherne ahem gmail) on Thu Oct 25th, 2007 at 11:22:33 AM EST
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