19 Jan '12, 2pm

Huhne moves to address uncertainty over #solar feed-in tariffs | BusinesGreen:

The government has today set out how it will respond to the imminent court decision on when proposed cuts to feed-in tariff incentives can come into effect. Following calls from the industry for the government to clarify the level of incentive available for current installations, Climate Change Minister Greg Barker this afternoon tabled a Written Ministerial Statement in parliament detailing the government's plans. FURTHER READING Government to confirm back-up plan to cut solar incentives from early March UK wind power reaches record 6GW milestone "We continue to stand by our original proposal," he said, referring to the plan to halve solar incentives for installations completed after December 12 last year. "However, I know that the uncertainty while we await the court's decision is difficult for the industry." He added that to tackle this uncertainty and limit risks to th...

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