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Beware dodgy insulation sales tactics, warns OFT

Some energy efficiency firms using high pressure sales tactics and carrying out poor installations, says the OFT

Solar homes in clear as Government loses subsidy bid

The Supreme Court has refused the Government permission to appeal against a ruling its solar subsidy cuts were unfair

Solar panel subsidies may fall further, Government says

The Government has proposed an even greater slashing of solar subsidies, as it confirmed the first cut next month

Government loses appeal over solar subsidy cuts

Homeowners who install solar panels before 3 March will get higher payments, after a Government appeal was rejected

'Why the solar subsidy cuts are so damaging'

Charity Friends of the Earth explains why it's such a critic of government plans to cut solar benefits at short notice

Government to appeal High Court solar ruling which said subsidy cuts are 'legally flawed'

The Department for Energy and Climate Change will lodge an appeal tomorrow, which is the deadline to do so

Government solar panel cuts 'legally flawed'

Government plans to cut subsidies for solar panels have been ruled legally flawed by the High Court

Legal battle launched over solar subsidy cuts

Government plans to cut financial incentives for solar electricity are 'manifestly unlawful', the High Court was told

Legal threats over solar subsidy cuts

The Government is facing threats of legal action over plans to halve the subsidies paid for domestic solar electricity

Solar subsidies to be slashed under government plans

Solar panel gains will plummet for people who install after 11 December, under government plans announced today

Leak points to solar subsidy cuts

Solar panel gains could be slashed for people who install after 8 December, according to a leaked document

OFT rules out heating oil price regulation

The off-grid energy sector does not need price regulation as consumers have enough choice, reveals OFT research

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