13 Jan '12, 5pm

Solar appeal decision delayed until next week at the earliest So solar limbo drags on and on...

The crippling uncertainty over the future of the UK's solar incentive scheme is set to continue, after three court of appeal judges failed to reach a conclusion on whether or not the government's proposed changes to the feed-in tariff scheme were unlawful. It had been hoped that the judges would rule today on whether to hear a government appeal against a previous High Court ruling which branded proposed cuts to feed-in tariff incentives as illegal, on the grounds that they would come into effect before the end of an official consultation period on the proposed changes. FURTHER READING Malaby Biogas grabs first £800,000 AD loan from Defra Could Scottish independence spell problems for UK renewables? However, the judges failed to reach a verdict on whether or not the appeal should be allowed to proceed, ending hopes that a final ruling could be reached today. They stated tha...

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