Jordan: government issues a new draft licensing regulation for power companies
In last week’s newspaper in Amman, Jordan, it was reported that the government was going to issue a new licensing regulation for power companies, which removed the exemption from licensing fees for companies generating power from renewable energy sources. This new regulation is not yet effective as the draft was issued by the Electricity Regulatory Commission and is yet to be approved by the Cabinet and published in the official gazette (but is expected to be published within the month).
Under the new draft regulation, licence fees for renewable energy power generators are expected to be as follows…
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