Centrica has said it has been forced to scale back its domestic solar business amidst growing uncertainty surrounding the feed-in tariff. But the news has come just as the energy giant is about to kick-start its Local Energy Market (LEM) trial in Cornwall with the installation of around 100 residential solar-plus-storage systems. Last year Centrica launched a three-year trial of a LEM in Cornwall, under which it would provide solar-plus-storage installations to homes and businesses in the area. Since then information has been drip-fed out by Centrica amidst suggestions that competition to take part in the trial has been fierce.
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