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Europe and Eurasia: Armenia

Partnership Exchange on Renewable Energy

Date: June 20126
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

Supported by the US Agency for International Development, this exchange introduced renewable energy concepts to Armenian regulators based on best practices from US experts in Iowa and California. Discussions during the activity focused on integration of renewables, tariff schemes and incentives, licensing and monitoring, security of supply and other issues. 

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Armenian

 

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Project Dates: 2010-2017 (Closed)

Primary Partners:

Public Service Regulatory Commission

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