HomeUncategorized Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case Neville 11 July, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments 2 of 2 Why this ad? Get 3 Free Solar Quotes – solarquotes.com.au/_3_Best_Quotes – Get 3 No Obligation Solar Quotes Totally Free & No Obligation. Save! Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case & more news Inbox x Nextgen firstname.lastname@example.org via nw005.com 9:33 PM (15 minutes ago) to me Web Version | Update your profile | Unsubscribe Please add email@example.com to your address book to ensure that our emails reach your inbox. Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case & more news | Update your profile 11 July 2014 Tell a friend Subscribe Contact Us Print all Newsletter archive Nextgen RSS Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case The High Court has ruled in favour of solar energy firms in a £132 million damages claim brought against the Department of Energy and Climate Change for the losses they suffered as a result of unlawful cuts to the Feed-in Tariff scheme. Read More Like | In this issue Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case Industry leader calls for a “balanced debate” on UK shale gas British Gas unveils £60m community solar energy partnership Company chiefs urge Prime Minister to step in and back UK solar power £1m of investment reached in record time for wind turbine project Politicians opposing wind energy lose twice as many votes as they gain Scotland gives go-ahead for 22-turbine onshore wind farm New onshore wind farm generates discounted bills for local residents REA welcomes Minister’s reassurances on green gas policy changes Traffic is public’s biggest fear of anaerobic digesters, new research finds Govt to recruit an “army of volunteers” to help households save energy Construction completed at Tamar Energy’s 2MW Halstead Anaerobic Digestion facility New clean energy investment bounces back to two-year high UK opens up more seabed to match renewable energy demand White Rose carbon capture project wins €300 million of European funding Europe uses €1 billion of polluters’ revenues to fund clean energy projects The climate effects of the looming methane energy economy Oxford City Council signs pioneering investment deal with renewable energy firm Renewable energy generation jumps by more than a third in South West Onsite renewable generation by business jumps by more than a quarter Tweet Pin It About The Author Neville Related Posts Uncategorized It’s time to replace the Sydney Ha... By Neville Jul 7, 2013 Uncategorized Fiji braces for strengthening Cyclone Ev... By Neville Dec 12, 2012 Uncategorized Galaxy poll shows voters are in the mood... By Neville Feb 2, 2013 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.