The UK government’s consultations changes to substantially curtail the Feed-in Tariffs threatened to put the entire Feed-in Tariffs Scheme at risk.
The two main government consultations in 2015 were:
In addition to the normal aspects expected in each review, this consultation proposes:
Partly because of the campaigns described below, the consultation received 55,000 responses.
The government proposes to remove the pre-accreditation mechanism from the Feed-in Tariffs. The government documents are here and the consultation closed on 19-Aug-15.
The government announced the result on 9th September, confirming that pre-accreditation was to be ended from 1st October.
Many who (like us) believe the Feed-in Tariffs should be preserved, contacted one of the organisations campaigning to defend them: