British public thinks wind power subsidies are 14 times higher than reality

Polling for renewable energy trade body finds misconceptions around wind power despite popular support for the technology

The UK public believes that wind power subsidies paid by consumers are many times higher than they actually are, according to polling for the industry.

A survey questioned 2,000 people for industry body RenewableUK about what they thought payments for wind farms added to fuel bills, and found the average estimate was £259 for a typical £1,300 dual-fuel energy bill.

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