In July 2015 the Department of Energy and Climate Change launched a four week DECC Feed-in Tariff accreditation consultation on removing the preliminary accreditation from the Feed-in Tariff. This will have the effect of removing the link to the tariff guarantee for installations currently able to pre-accredit under the FIT, such that installations will only receive the tariff rate as at the date they apply for full accreditation. This will mean that a developer will not be certain of the …READ MORE »
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- Chacewater leads the charge towards electric vehicles
- Cornish householders to get ‘Energy Wise’ following Big Lottery Fund boost
- Event held to help Camborne householders cut their energy bills
- Advice from Cornish charity – check your energy bills this autumn
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- Strong demand for Smart Warmth project