Solarcentury, Friends of the Earth, and the Cut Don't Kill campaign explore legality of feed-in tariff consultation
The government could face legal action from solar firms and green groups after announcing plans to hastily cut feed-in tariff subsidies for solar installations. Photovoltaic manufacturers, installers,...
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'The home replaces the petrol forecourt': Tonik Energy launches smart EV charging bundle in 'UK first'
Smart data from EV chargers installed by Tonik's in-house team will allow company to provide separate home and EV charging rates for customers