Thanks for the advice,sorry your experience was not a wholesome one but having Italian family background I have some knowledge of how corrupt most of the sytem is there and few if any places you can escape it and not surprised at what you say,so despite my language advantage Id kind of settled on the idea of Northern Spain or Portugal as preferred destinations.However the Spanish right wing govt slapping taxes on solar installations smacked of the Italian way of doing things-interfering for their own agenda-so I hope with their losses in recent elections they will eventually get kicked out and things will go back to being more sensible....who knows.
Hi, the only tax on solar installations
are those that have disconnected their mains electricity supply or have built a new house very close to mains electricity. I'm afraid the policy has been so unsuccessful that I don't know one person who has paid it. I'm friends with a Spanish notary she has actually challenged a few bills for people in the town and no one has bothered to pursue it.
This is one of those things that gets reported on in the 'English' news but is not really accurate.