Barker addresses uncertainty over solar feed-in tariffs with March cut-off date

James S Murray
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I know that the uncertainty while we await the court's decision is difficult for the industry

The government has today set out how it will respond to the imminent court decision on when proposed cuts to feed-in tariff incentives can come into effect. Following calls from the industry for the...

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