Deja vu all over again as cloudy outlook dogs corporate solar market

James S Murray
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The domestic market might welcome today’s news cuts to solar incentives could be delayed, but it only offers uncertainty for corporate projects

Here we go again. The crippling uncertainty which has dogged the solar industry for much of the last year is poised to continue for a few more days yet, after Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey...

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