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Re: New Feed in Tariffs
by Peter at 2010-03-24 12:20:45 (Forum::Public::General)
I have received an interesting and helpful reply from William Hague, the Shadow Foreign Secretary, in response to my letter to him. He states:

“I agree with you that the Government’s current proposals for feed-in tariffs will unfairly penalise the very people who were the early investors in local energy. That is why under a Conservative Government, any micro-generation technologies that have already been installed before the commencement of the Feed-in Tariff in April 2010 will be eligible for the new higher tariff’s once they commence.

Conservatives are committed to a system of feed in tariffs. The aim is to create a virtuous circle in which the market for microgeneration grows, driving the development of better and cheaper energy technologies, increasing consumer uptake and further growing the market.”

This is a great deal more positive and informative than the reply I received from the Secretary of State, Ed Milibrand’s office, which did not even address my concerns and questions.

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Peter

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