On the march in Holland

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Few stones are left unturned in the Dutch government's new strategy for making green energy more competitive in an open market. More investment in research and development, reduced sales tax on green energy sales, and a radical measure for green power certificates are just some of the proposals. What's more they are backed by a clear understanding of the need for government to actively help dismantle institutional barriers to new energy technologies such as wind.

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