Deep cuts to feed-in tariff would put 10,000 jobs at risk

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Study claims incentives have generated £65m surplus for the Treasury at a cost of just £2 on consumer energy bills

Over 10,000 jobs will have been created by April 2012 as a direct result of the government's feed-in tariff support scheme for renewable energy generators, research published later today will say. Another...

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