The European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia (EuroCham) recently called for a ‘green’ national economy in the country and urged the government to remove solar power tariffs and fully implement renewable energy projects. Chamber chairman Tassilo Brinzer praised government support for the use of solar panels on roofs as a step towards modernizing manufacturing.
The chamber outlined how the shift to solar energy can boost the economy in its report ‘Position Paper on Renewable Energy in Cambodia’ released recently.
As Cambodia has gained a reputation as a green environment and more competitive, this will push it to turn an investment destination as investing in renewable energy can be supported as a qualified investment project in the new investment law and attract producers with clean energy goals in fulfilling its goals, Brinzer was quoted as saying by Cambodian media reports.
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