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L-R: Jeremy Cocks, Charlie Dyce, Simon Gladwin and Edward Whipp, the Directors of Multi Fab Ltd.


finance or other big commitments that many others in the solar industry had taken on.”


IN FOR THE LONG HAUL “We pride ourselves on excellent customer


service and in running an ethical business; we will continue to grow our solar business at a slow and steady pace because we are in it for the long haul and will end up with a sustainable business that has longevity within the solar industry. We do have the backing and resource to take on multi-million pound commercial façade installations should we so decide, but every decision we make is carefully considered to safe guard our employees and customers, so I am pleased to say there is no boom and bust for us.”


“Having said that, we have relayed our concerns to Mr George Freeman MP over


the Government’s timescales in reducing the Feed-in Tariff for the UK solar industry in the hope that he will take this back to Westminster.”


“While in principal we agree to the proposals we are just as shocked as is the whole industry in the limiting timescales imposed.”


On his recent visit, The Rt Hon George


Freeman MP said: “I have been looking forward to returning to MultiFab Ltd to see their progress over the past year. It’s extremely impressive already, such as their aim to increase apprentice numbers, and their work for M&S Norwich and in preparation for the 2012 Olympics in Stratford. I like nothing better than to hear about Norfolk companies going out and leading the way in their field in the UK.”


He added: “I’ve been happy to discuss the concerns regarding Feed-in Tariffs and I understand their worries. However, the actions are absolutely necessary to ensure the long-term sustainability – and, therefore, jobs and growth in the long run – of the solar industry. Current tariff levels are completely unsustainable, and set to exhaust the whole FIT budget within a few months. There would then be no money left at all, leaving the solar industry in the lurch.”


For more information contact 01638 582112 or visit www.multifab.uk.com or www.eaglenewenergy.co.uk


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