Solar subsidy cuts to hit liability matching strategies

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UK - Government plans to cut a subsidy boosting the appeal of solar panel infrastructure investments could scupper scheme plans to use these investments as part of their liability matching strategies, fund managers say.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change is set to cut the Feed-in-Tariff - a government subsidy for low-carbon technologies - from the solar panel industry by 50% next month, threatening to undercut...

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