Modest cuts to solar feed-in tariffs confirmed

James S Murray

Mid-sized solar installations to face automatic cuts to incentives of 3.5 per cent from May

Companies keen to deploy mid-sized solar arrays have until 1 May to take advantage of the current level of feed-in tariffs ahead of a modest round of cuts to the popular incentive scheme. Ofgem yesterday...

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