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So Long Solar Power Subsidies

A Runaway Success Story The feed in tariff was first introduced in April 2010 as a financial incentive to encourage property owners across the UK to install renewable energy technology on their homes and businesses. Eligible systems receive a payment for the clean energy they generate that ‘feeds in’ to Read more…

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The Toxic Politics of Energy Tax Breaks

Some people, including political leaders, believe that environmental levies add cost to our annual energy bills, subsidising the construction of expensive wind and solar farms, making energy unaffordable for millions of people.  Sadly, these people are being mislead,  influenced by the large energy suppliers, like British Gas who recently blamed Read more…