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The legal pitfalls of PV acquisitions

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By Arturo Sferruzza; and Ginevra Biadico of Norton Rose Fulbright

Many mature solar markets are seeing strong investor interest in acquiring operating solar assets. But as the lessons from Italy show, transactions in the secondary PV market come with numerous legal risks attached, necessitating thorough due diligence, write Arturo Sferruzza and Ginevra Biadico of Norton Rose Fulbright

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