Solar sector responds to cuts threat with 'roadmap' to a post-subsidy industry

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REA and KPMG publish major new report detailing how solar farms could operate without subsidy by 2020

The UK's solar industry could reach "grid parity" and deliver power without recourse to subsidy from the early 2020s, but only if the government delivers a "clear and stable" policy framework that steadily...

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