14 Nov '11, 10am

And the Telegraph has the first hint that government could rethink pace of solar #FiT cuts:

Solar firms are being invited to formally join legal action against the government, challenging its controversial decision to slash incentives for new installations with effect from next month. Solarcentury announced last week that it would seek a judicial review of the government's decision, after ministers proposed cutting feed-in tariffs for solar installations by 50 per cent, with the changes coming into force from 12 December. FURTHER READING Friends of the Earth confirms legal action over solar incentive cuts as deadline passes The future of renewable energy: BusinessGreen briefing Late last week Friends of the Earth and solar firm HomeSun confirmed they would join the Solarcentury claim as separate claimants, further cranking up the pressure on the government to reconsider its proposals. Other interested parties, including solar firms, NGOs, housing associations and...

Full article: http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/2124682/solar-firms-...

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