Feed-in tariffs trigger massive expansion for micro-renewables

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2010 marks a record year for solar installation, more than doubling capacity since the tariff scheme began

The introduction of the government's feed-in tariff incentive scheme led to record numbers of small-scale renewable energy installations last year, according to new figures released by Ofgem this week....

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