One step forwards, two steps back? The strange case of Tory solar policy
Seb Berry, Solarcentury’s Director of Corporate Communications and Vice-Chair of the Solar Trade Association, reflects on a decade of highs and lows in Conservative solar policy. Despite the negative policy changes implemented since 2015, he urges the government to think again about excluding cheap and popular solar from the CfD auction process. Seb also highlights repeated calls by the Solar Trade Association for the technology to have access to a level regulatory and policy playing field.
This article was first published by the independent think tank and pressure group Bright Blue.
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