Updated: Renewables groups urge Lords to wave through feed-in tariff cuts

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Industry associations urge House of Lords not to reignite feed-in tariff row

In a somewhat counterintuitive move, a number of renewable energy groups have written to members of the House of Lords, urging them not to block government plans to slash financial support for solar installations....

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