03 Jul '12, 11pm

Feed-in tariff payments top £128m over two years - dwarfed by £5Bn per year set for new nuclear

Dave, I make no apology for owning my own property and see my investment in PV solar a very wise investment indeed considering the paltry returns on deposit accounts and the extremely volatile equity markets worldwide. Investing in PV solar gives a tax free, index linked return for 25 years. Financially it was a no brainer. Don't be fooled by Greg Barker and the other sycophants within DECC - the true cost of PV solar feed in tariffs will come out eventually and it is nowhere near where Barker would have you all believe. Remember, Barker is a politician and therefore cannot be trusted. If I were you I'd take more notice of the other comment from the article above: " Seb Berry, head of public affairs for UK PV company Solarcentury, pointed out the total paid out under the scheme is not far removed from the previous Labour government's initial projection of £107m after two y...

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