Angola

Executive Directive no. 303/14 -Internal Regulation of the National Direction for Renewable Energies

Executive
Directive
Passed in 2011
The Executive Decree no. 303/14 defines the organisation, composition, functioning and missions of the National Direction of Renewable Energies (DNER). It replaces Decree no. 161/10 which approved the previous regulation of the DNER.

DNER is an executive service of the Ministry of Energy and Waters and has following responsibilities: designing, proposing and implementing the policy on the development and exploitation of renewable energies; promoting the diversification of the national energy, in particular through the efficient use of renewable energies; participating in scientific research and technological actions related to renewable energies; assessing, certifying and monitoring renewable energy technologies in order to protect the environment and guarantee quality and security standards; licensing renewable energy infrastructures.

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from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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