Feed-in tariff cuts: The reaction

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Do planned subsidy cuts ensure solar remains "a great investment" or confirm "Paris has changed nothing"?

The government today announced smaller than expected cuts to subsidies for small to mid scale solar, wind, and hydro projects, while retaining plans for a £100m cap on the feed-in tariff incentive scheme...

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