Government raises spending cap for small-scale green energy incentives to help prevent feed-in tariff scheme exceeding budget
The government has quietly raised the feed-in tariff spending cap by nearly £200m in a bid to prevent the subsidy scheme exceeding its budget, after re-allocating funds previously earmarked for the Renewables...
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