Cameron pushes for removal of onshore windfarm subsidies

Prime minister says ‘enough is enough’ over payments for energy source and says put them in planning system

David Cameron claimed on Tuesday the public was “fed up” with onshore windfarms and said the country did not need any more subsidised turbines on land now that the energy source was capable of providing 10% of UK energy.

He said: “Let’s get rid of the subsidy, put them into the planning system. If they can make their case, they will make their case. I suspect they won’t and we’ll have a reasonable amount of onshore wind, we’ll have safer electricity supplies as a result but enough is enough and I’m very clear about that.”

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