Solar industry defeats Government in £132m High Court damages case

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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.

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