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The article examines the economic aspects of the use of renewable energy sources (RES) in Uzbekistan and the world, studies the world practice of implementing state policy in the field of renewable energy, and also describes the main trends in the development of renewable energy. An analysis is presented of the introduction of state incentive mechanisms for renewable energy in Uzbekistan, including a substantive analysis of the regulatory framework for such incentives.
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