Industry blasts DECC's "disingenuous" solar payback calculations

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Cut Don't Kill campaign says return on investment assumptions show justifications for feed-in tariff cuts are "misleading"

The government has come under renewed criticism over the use of "disingenuous" figures to calculate the return on investment from solar systems affected by its proposed cuts to feed-in tariff incentives....

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