15 Dec '11, 3pm

Judicial review of #solar feed-in tariff cuts to go ahead on Tuesday after High Court U-turn

Two solar companies are celebrating after a High Court Judge granted them permission to challenge the government over its proposals to cut subsidies for solar energy. Mr Justice Mitting today overturned the court's previous decision and granted SolarCentury, HomeSun and campaign group Friends of the Earth a judicial review on Tuesday and Wednesday next week. FURTHER READING Huhne: Government "will try harder" to provide stable solar subdies High Court rejects legal action over solar incentive cuts The case centres on the government's decision to halve payments for solar systems under its feed-in tariff scheme for any installations after 12 December, almost two weeks before a consultation on the proposed changes ends. The three organisations claim this is unlawful and has led to scores of projects being abandoned, not least because companies will not know if the new tariff ...

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