Triodos Bank has predicted that it will be forced to turn away many solar project developers despite forecasted record growth in solar energy this year. The head of Business Banking at the bank observed that many solar developers will rush to squeeze applications for funding through, prior to the review of feed-in-tariff rates. The Government is set to review rates in 2012, or perhaps sooner as steps have already been taken to announce cuts and changes to the feed-in-tariff scheme; with particular “hinting” that large solar power schemes may be affected. Triodos Bank, therefore, foresee many solar developers submitting their applications without planning permission or full plans in places which the bank will not be able to accept.