Turkey's Ministry of Economy has temporarily expanded
government incentives to also include solar panel imports made
within solar energy power investments. Incentives are temporarily
available to solar panel imports supplied or loaded for shipping
before 25 June 2016 in certain circumstances. Qualifying importers
have until 26 September 2016 to apply to the Ministry of Economy
for the incentive.
Accordingly, solar panels are eligible for the incentive if they
meet either of the following conditions:
Supplied before 25 June 2016 by
companies holding a license (or provisional license) from the
Energy Market Regulation Authority.
The investor company loaded the solar
panels for shipping to Turkey before 25 June 2016, with a freight
Please see this link for full text of
Communiqué No. 2016/3, published in Official Gazette number
29814 on 27 August 2016 (only available in Turkish).
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