While people were digesting the announcement of the latest strike prices for renewable energy, the Treasury was also releasing its latest update of the infrastructure pipeline. This reported substantially lower spending on investment in offshore wind energy up to 2020, partly compensated by higher expected investment in onshore wind. Seen against the background of the substantial cut in the pipeline of offshore wind projects, the decision to provide relatively more support for this form of renewable energy makes sense.
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- RT @julianbmorgan: See my blog: Gone with the wind? Has £18 billion of offshore wind investment vanished forever?: wp.me/p15i9j-17c v… 10 hours ago
- RT @harperga: Did we just lose 85% of next year's investment in offshore wind and no one noticed? greenallianceblog.org.uk/2013/12/05/gon… 13 hours ago