Hayley Jones, Web Marketing Director at UK Energy Saving, talks further about the decisions. “Whilst it is a small positive step that tariffs for anaerobic digestion have increased, albeit only slightly, it is very disappointing to see such radical drops in tariffs for solar installations over 50kW. This will not affect domestic installations but larger community schemes will certainly feel the pinch and these tariff reductions will undoubtedly result in less larger projects. This is at a time when we should be focussing our efforts on significantly increasing energy generated from renewable sources and, at www.uk-energy-
The new tariffs are likely to take effect from the 1st August 2011 for new installations (existing completed installations will be unaffected). For more information on feed-in tariffs for renewable energy installations visit http://www.uk-
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