Solar sector hails legal victory over feed-in tariff review

Jessica Shankleman
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But industry faces further uncertainty after government insists it will appeal in the new year

Green groups and solar energy companies have welcomed a High Court ruling that proposals to rush through cuts to solar tariff payments are illegal, despite a pledge from the government to seek an early...

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