Recharge: renewables after the UK subsidy cut

This time last year the UK renewable energy sector was still reeling. Just one month on from the election victory in May 2015, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) sent shockwaves through the industry when it confirmed that the Conservative’s manifesto pledge “to end new subsidies for onshore wind” in fact meant an early end to the Renewables Obligation.

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