Germany remains an important market for renewable energy investments. The regulatory framework is stable, and in contrast to other countries, Germany imposes no retroactive reductions in feed-in subsidies. For years, these favorable conditions have led to robust investor demand for renewable energy projects.
But what should investors look out for when auditing these projects? Jones Day's Kerstin Henrich explains.
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