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The future of solar power plants in the Czech Republic
Choutka, Tomáš ; Zemplinerová, Alena (advisor) ; Koubek, Ivo (referee)
The thesis called "The Future of Solar Power Plants in the Czech Republic" is oriented to the characteristics of production of electric energy in solar power plants which are supported by many legislative incentives. We are currently standing in the situation of reducing energy tariffs for production of electricity from solar power plants in most European countries because of their unbearable impact on consumers and national budgets. The aim of this thesis is to analyze impacts of the energy tariffs for solar energy and to explain increase of installed capacity of solar power plants by forming a model for calculating financial return of an investment in construction of solar panels. The thesis points out that the incentives are still very high and interest in construction of solar power plants will probably endure even in the future as long as these favorable legislative conditions are set. This situation will result in bringing more additional costs for the end-users of electric energy.
Tax competition and the relationship between ČR and Germany
Choutka, Tomáš ; Maleček, Petr (advisor) ; Svoboda, Miroslav (referee)
The thesis discusses tax competition among European countries. At this moment, we are witnesses of progressive declining of tax rates because of tax competition. Main aim of this thesis is to evaluate benefits and disadvantages of this trend. Comparison of the Czech Republic and Germany is done in more detailed analysis. Within the context of this dilemma is an analysis of effects of investment incentives and questioning if investment incentives have such huge influence on economic growth and unemployment as indicated in often persuasions of political leaders. Introduction to this thesis contents description of tax competition and following parts enter this dilemma into more details.

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