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Draft rules by Spain’s government that set the profitability of renewable energy installations retroactively at an average 7.4% – while simultaneously feed-in tariffs are abolished – could prompt companies to leave the country and provoke more job losses, the Spanish wind power federation AEE warns.

AEE: Spain risks wind assets, jobs

Draft rules by Spain’s government that set the profitability of renewable energy installations retroactively at an average 7.4% – while simultaneously feed-in tariffs are abolished – could prompt companies to leave the country and provoke more job losses, the Spanish wind power federation AEE warns.

Draft rules by Spain’s government that set the profitability of renewable energy installations retroactively at an average 7.4% – while simultaneously feed-in tariffs are abolished – could prompt companies to leave the country and provoke more job losses, the Spanish wind power federation AEE warns.