The south of Portugal has become an ideal area for energy production investors who intend to build profitable photovoltaic plants without the need for a “feed in” tariff, that is, without government subsidies. In an interview with EFE, the Secretary of State for Energy of Portugal, Jorge Seguro Sanches, advanced that in the two years of the current government, headed by the socialist António Costa, has already authorized the construction of 521 megawatts (MW) by granting 15 production licenses

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