24 Jan '12, 1pm

We're expecting a verdict on the #solar subsidy court case shortly after 10am today.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has refused to rule out further legal action if it fails to win an appeal tomorrow over its plans to rush through deep cuts to solar subsidies, potentially prolonging uncertainty over the future of the feed-in tariff scheme. Court of Appeal judges will tomorrow morning decide if DECC can appeal against a High Court ruling, which last month declared that plans to effectively halve feed-in tariff incentives for installations completed after 12 December 2011 were unlawful. FURTHER READING Cornwall Council pioneers community solar power push Ofgem speeds up £7bn plan to rewire low-carbon Scotland Climate minister Greg Barker has consistently argued that an accelerated timetable for cutting solar incentives was necessary to prevent the feed-in tariff scheme exceeding its budget, even if that meant changes to the scheme would co...

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decc.gov.uk 19 Jan '12, 2pm

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nrel.gov 20 Jan '12, 9pm

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