Government clarifies solar feed-in tariff rate as industry uncertainty escalates

James S Murray
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DECC confirms tariff rate will not fall below 21p for installations completed between 12 December 2011 and 31 March

The government has confirmed the current feed-in tariff rate for solar installations with less than 4kW capacity will not fall below the proposed 21p per kWh for all systems completed between the December...

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