Has the government just thrown the solar industry a welcome life line?

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The difference between government support for microgeneration and the largesse shown diesel and nuclear will grate, but this settlement offers the industry a route forward

The fact the government's cuts to feed-in tariff incentives this morning were not as bad as expected will be of zero comfort to the renewable energy industry workers who lost their jobs in the run up to...

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