Solarcentury resigns from BPVA as minister confirms cuts to tariffs will lead to job losses
Splits within the solar industry over the government's plans to rush through deep cuts to feed-in tariff incentives have deepened, following energy and climate change secretary Chris Huhne's confirmation...
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