San Marino

Law no 71 on support to economic development

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2013
The Law on support to economic development aims at attracting business in the Republic of San Marino by granting investors the access to a simplified regime (art. 16).

Art. 27 of the Law charges the Public Utilities Autonomous State Corporation to prepare a feasibility study regarding the possibility to develop a number of projects delivering mitigation co-benefits: 1) creating specific infrastructures for the supply of electricity and natural gas for road transport means, 2) providing the territory with facilities for the refuelling of natural gas vehicles 3) using electric, hybrid, or natural gas vehicles for public transportation, 4) creating a cogeneration plant that guarantees the energy supply for the winter air-conditioning of the State Hospital, 5) creating strategic energy reserves, including in a contractual form, 6) using new technologies for energy production through resources present in the territory to meet the requirements of public consumption, and 7) developing pilot projects in the public sector in the field of renewable energies with high technological value.







Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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