Browsing around for any word on what the feed-in tariff’s for new applicants might be reduced by, when the Government announces its report later this month, I came across this story of rent-a-roof schemes struggling to get ‘signed off’ by the banks, despite massive interest by housing associations and landlords.
Inside Housing reports that although deals have been agreed, many have not yet gone ahead due to possible banks being over cautious.
Understandably, those organisations and businesses are now eager to get their agreements underway before tariff cuts (due next April) for new installers, take effect.
The fear is if the April deadline is not met, then many schemes may not go ahead.
Read more here.
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