Investors’ Falling Appetite For Wind As Subsidies Drop
By Paul Homewood
According to Hugh McNeal, Chief Exec of Renewable UK, onshore wind is now the cheapest form of new generation in Britain.
Perhaps he has not read his own organisation’s report last on the UK’s wind industry.
If wind power is so cost efficient, why should it need any “government backing” at all? Should it not stand on its own two feet, just like conventional generators?