10 Nov '11, 11am

Solar firms seek injunction against DECC over feed-in tariff cuts - 10 Nov 2011 - News from BusinessGreen

A group of solar firms have today confirmed they will launch legal action against the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) over its controversial proposals to halve incentives for solar installations with just six weeks' notice. The group, led by Solarcentury , said it is now seeking an interim injunction to stop the government imposing changes to the feed-in tariff scheme from 12 December, ahead of the completion of the formal consultation period on the proposed reforms. FURTHER READING Solar industry prepares response to feed-in tariff crisis Updated: Friends of the Earth threatens legal action over solar incentive cuts The move follows an ultimatum earlier this week from Friends of the Earth, which warned climate minister Greg Barker that unless he ordered a rethink on the government's proposed cuts by 4pm tomorrow, the green NGO would also launch legal action...

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