Why solar farms are up in arms over subsidy shake up

Jessica Shankleman
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Labour wades into latest row, accusing government of undermining support for burgeoning green energy market

The Labour Party has accused the government of undermining investment in the UK's burgeoning green energy market, after the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) yesterday confirmed it would halt...

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