Feed-in Tariff

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced consultation proposals on the Feed-in Tariff. The proposal is for reduction in the feed-in rates for PV installations registered after 12 December.

Cynnal Cymru members, each with a different perspective, have been invited to submit viewpoints, which illustrate the wide range of impacts that these changes may have in Wales.

**These are personal opinions written in the user’s language of choice and are not necessarily supported by Cynnal Cymru.**

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Dai Rees Managing Director, Greenearth Energy Ltd.

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Ben Robinson, Director of Dulas

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