Cameron told not to appease minority of Tory MPs opposed to windfarms

Renewable industry and green campaigners concerned prime minister is considering new controls on onshore turbines

Green campaigners urged David Cameron yesterday to stop trying to appease a minority of windfarm opponents in his party with proposals for further curbs on onshore turbines.

Supporters of wind power were alarmed after it emerged that the prime minister was considering including new controls on onshore generation in the next election manifesto, such as a cap, further cuts to subsidies, more planning restrictions or limits on noise from turbines.

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