Solar Subsidy Spongers Pull Out of UK


Professional subsidy-spongers SunEdison have announced that they are pulling out of the UK, citing Amber Rudd’s plans to stop propping up small scale solar projects. SunEdison describe themselves as the “largest global energy renewable development company” and claim to have invested £400 million in the UK. They operate by offering to install solar panels on residential rooftops for free, then siphoning off the tax payer funded subsidies.

SunEdison tempt customers with the slogan: “Sunlight is free. Imagine if going solar were, too.” Turns out it’s not…

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