Ruling guarantees higher feed-in tariff rate for companies installing panels between December and March
The Supreme Court has today thrown out the government's appeal against a previous ruling that deemed its controversial changes to solar feed-in tariff (FIT) incentives as unlawful. The decision brings...
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