Italy’s Renewable Energy Incentives May Cost $142 Million, Ansa Reports

Italy will spend about 100 billion euros ($142 billion) on renewable-energy incentives through 2020, with a consequent increase in energy prices, newswire Ansa reported, citing Italy’s electricity and gas regulator.

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