Don't panic: what the solar feed-in tariff fiasco means for your business

James S Murray
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Could there be a silver lining amid all the gloom created by the government's mishandling of solar feed-in tariffs?

With apologies to Mark Twain, reports of the solar industry's death have been greatly exaggerated. There is no doubt that the industry has been grievously wounded by the appalling mishandling of the...

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