Solar deployment nosedives as Feed-in Tariff cuts begin to bite

Madeleine Cuff
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Solar deployment nosedives as Feed-in Tariff cuts begin to bite

Analysis from Solar Trade Association suggests solar deployment on homes has dropped 75 per cent, while installations on larger rooftops has dropped 65 per cent

Solar deployment across the UK has suffered a sharp slowdown in the wake of cuts to Feed-in Tariff (FiT) incentives, according to new analysis of government figures from the Solar Trade Association (STA)....

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