25 Nov '11, 11am

Question Time finds Huhne short on feed-in tariff answers - 25 Nov 2011 - News from BusinessGreen via @businessgreen

Chris Huhne felt the full force of business and public anger at the government's decision to slash solar subsidies with just six weeks' notice in a televised debate last night. The energy and climate change secretary was charged with putting jobs and investment at risk in clashes with Sainsbury's chief executive, Justin King, and members of the public during an intense debate on the BBC's Question Time programme . FURTHER READING Just another day in the Commons – where we merrily destroy the PV sector with spin Updated: Commons vote to save solar incentives defeated Controversially, the planned halving of incentives laid out in last month's consultation is scheduled to effect installations that take place after 12 December, 11 days before the consultation period comes to a close on 23 December. After an audience member asked whether the coalition was living up to its self-...

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