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Logic Certification is supporting the 'Keep FiTs' campaign

The proposed cuts to the Feed in Tariffs (FiTs) could cause devastation to the renewables arm of building services engineering, reducing business streams for the organisations and sole traders that have invested in delivering this technology, and halting the pace of carbon reducing change across Britain.


To show its distaste for the proposed 87% cut to FiTs, campaign group, 10:10 has launched the ‘Keep FiTs’ campaign, installing a ‘phantom solar farm’ outside DECC’s Head Quarters in Whitehall yesterday (23rd October). The group used ‘clean graffiti’ – blasting pollution from paving slabs – to create the image of a solar farm, a protest that was subsequently washed off.


“How quickly these ghostly images fade depends on local environmental conditions, but we're hoping they will last right up until the consultation closes on the 23rd October,” a statement issued by 10:10 read.


About 10:10

10:10 has been a vocal proponent of solar and championed its status in the UK market, most notably helping to promote solar installations on school buildings and its support of Balcombe, the West Sussex village which has pledged to go “100% solar” after being identified as a potential fracking hotspot.


Its latest campaign collates the stories of people and establishments, including schools, cathedrals and communities, which will be severely impacted by the proposals.


“The government’s own figures show there will be nearly a million fewer solar rooftops over the next five years if they go through with these cuts. The government wants to pull the plug on Britain’s solar revolution just as it is getting going,” Amy Cameron, campaign manager at 10:10, said.


Join the Keep FiTs campaign

10:10 is currently conducting the ‘Keep FiTs’ survey, compiling views to put forward to government as part of the FiTs consultation. If you want to speak out against the massive cuts to green energy funding, fill in the ‘Keep FiTs’ survey, here:


Find out more about Logic Certification’s Solar Photovoltaic (PV) courses, here:







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