Industry fearful that large number of solar and micro wind early adopters have not yet registered to enter feed-in tariff scheme
Over 4,500 pioneering early adopters of solar and other forms of micro-generation technology could be in danger of missing out on the government's new feed-in tariff incentive scheme. An analysis of...
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