Sources from the BPVA have today indicated that the DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change) plan to delay the latest round of feed-in tariff cuts scheduled for July 2012.
This announcement would be very positive news for the currently struggling and depleted UK Solar sector, and will prolong any possible opportunity for the public to financially benefit from the installation of solar panels to reduce their energy bills!
According to our sources Greg Barker MP Minister for DECC has confirmed, “Having listened carefully to industry, we are looking at scope for pushing back a little the next proposed reduction in the solar Feed in Tariff”. The DECC has also confirmed that an official announcement on this will be published shortly along with the results of the feed-in tariff consultation phase 2A.
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