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Dutch king gets no solar panels

The Dutch king Willem-Alexander would like solar panels on palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, but runs up against the law.

The Dutch law allows no changes to the appearance of listed buildings. But Willem-Alexander, the battle is not specified, he said in Amsterdam. He talked with members of a duurzaamheidscommissie of an Association of Owners. Who wants to five houses on the Marcantilaan also solar panels.

Queen Beatrix of the netherlands in april 2011 during a visit to the zonnepanelenfabriek Solarwatt in Dresden during a state visit to Germany, once complained about the bureaucratic obstacles for the placement of solar collectors. Then it was that for the cash of Huis ten Bosch.

Rolf Steenwinkel, director of Amsterdam-Energy, to support Willem-Alexander in his plans. The city has in 2014 the policy of monuments knocked over. There may monumentenpanden, subject to conditions, solar panels can be placed.

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