Reduced backing for onshore wind 'will damage viability'

Proposals put forward by the government to cut financial support for onshore wind farms will mean fewer planning applications being submitted for small-scale wind energy projects and could result in a 13 per cent drop in the anticipated amount of electricity produced by onshore turbines by 2017, according to a renewable energy trade association.

by Ben Cook

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