New analysis for REA shows deep solar subsidy cuts mean there are now 7,000 fewer people working in renewables
The number of people employed in the renewable energy industry and its supply chain fell by around 7,000 between 2011 and 2013, largely as result of deep cuts to solar subsidies. That is the conclusion...
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