Large community renewables projects in line for feed-in tariff boost

Will Nichols
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Government proposals would open up support scheme to projects with up to 10MW capacity

Community energy schemes with up to 10MW of capacity could be eligible for support under a revised feed-in tariff subsidy regime, under new government proposals. Large solar PV arrays on office or school...

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