Cuba adds incentives for clean-energy investors

In 2016, Cuba launched an ambitious plan for solar investments.

By Andreas Knobloch

Creating new incentives for the development of renewable energies, Cuba now exempts foreign investors in clean-energy projects from paying any taxes for eight years, and grants them a reduced tax rate after that.

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