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GSR 2015

100 04 POLICY LANDSCAPE COUNTRY REGULATORY POLICIES FISCAL INCENTIVES AND PUBLIC FINANCING Renewableenergy targets Feed-intariff/ premiumpayment Electricutilityquota obligation/RPS Netmetering Biofuelsobligation/ mandate Heatobligation/ mandate TradableREC Tendering Capitalsubsidy, grant,orrebate Investmentor productiontax credits Reductionsinsales, energy,CO2,VAT, orothertaxes Energyproduction payment Publicinvestment, loans,orgrants UPPER-MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES Albania           Algeria R R    Angola   Argentina    R       Azerbaijan   Belarus      Belize   Bosnia and Herzegovina     Botswana    Brazil   R      Bulgaria  R   China R R          Colombia     R  Costa Rica  R     Dominican Republic         Ecuador       Fiji    Grenada    Hungary       Iran      Jamaica       Jordan         Kazakhstan     Lebanon     Libya   Macedonia, Republic of   Malaysia   R  Maldives    Marshall Islands   Mauritius      Mexico      Montenegro   Namibia   Palau   Panama         Peru        Romania     R Serbia    Seychelles      South Africa R     R R  St. Lucia R   St. Vincent and the Grenadines1   Thailand  R     Tunisia     R Turkey R     TABLE 3. RENEWABLE ENERGY SUPPORT POLICIES (continued) 4 The area of the Palestinian Territories is included in the World Bank country classification as “West Bank and Gaza.” They have been placed in the table using the 2009 “Occupied Palestinian Territory” GNI per capita provided by the United Nations (USD 1,483) Note: Countries are organised according to annual gross national income (GNI) per capita levels as follows: “high” is USD 12,746 or more, “upper-middle” is USD 4,125 to USD 12,745, “lower-middle” is USD 1,046 to USD 4,125, and “low” is USD 1,045 or less. Per capita income levels and group classifications from World Bank, “Country and Lending Groups,” accessed March 2015. Only enacted policies are included in the table; however, for some policies shown, implementing regulations may not yet be developed or effective, leading to lack of implementation or impacts. Policies known to be discontinued have been omitted. Many feed-in policies are limited in scope of technology. Source: See Endnote 1 for this section.  – existing national (could also include state/provincial),  – existing state/provincial (but no national),  – new (* indicates state/provincial), R – revised (* indicates state/provincial), 5 – removed/expired

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