For this government, decentralised energy was once part of its political vision

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RenewableUK's Maf Smith argues that the government's move to cut feed-in tariff incentives is wilfully ignoring the benefits the scheme brings

This week government set out its proposals for the Feed-in Tariff (FiT), and stunned the whole renewables sector with the depth, breadth and speed of changes. Particularly hard hit has been solar, simply...

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