Judicial review of solar subsidy cuts to go ahead after High Court U-turn

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Solar companies win right to challenge government proposals to halve feed-in tariff rates from December 12

Two solar companies are celebrating after a High Court Judge granted them permission to challenge the government over its proposals to cut subsidies for solar energy. Mr Justice Mitting today overturned...

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