09 Jun '11, 9am

Government confirms deep solar incentive cuts via @businessgreen

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has today dashed hopes that it would reconsider proposed cuts to feed-in tariff (FIT) incentives for large solar installations, confirming that the new incentive regime will come into effect as planned from 1 August. FURTHER READING STA leads last-minute push to save solar from 'decapitation' Toyota car plant gears up for solar power The solar industry has been lobbying the government to scale back its proposed cuts, arguing that reductions in feed-in tariffs of between 40 and 70 per cent will make virtually all solar installations with over 50kW capacity unviable. But responding to its fast-track consultation, today DECC confirmed it would stick with the changes proposed in the original consultation document, imposing deep cuts in incentives to solar installations with over 50kW capacity and also delivering increases in t...

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