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The UK government has further outlined its plans to split clean-energy sources that qualify for Contracts for Difference (CfD) support into two distinct groups of so-called “established” and “less established” technologies.

UK confirms CfD groups plan

The UK government has further outlined its plans to split clean-energy sources that qualify for Contracts for Difference (CfD) support into two distinct groups of so-called “established” and “less established” technologies.

The UK government has further outlined its plans to split clean-energy sources that qualify for Contracts for Difference (CfD) support into two distinct groups of so-called “established” and “less established” technologies.