Restricting onshore windfarms would be a costly policy decision

David Cameron's reported desire to cap number of onshore wind turbines would mean resorting to more expensive alternatives

Onshore wind turbines are a significant and fast-growing source of electricity in the UK and are also the cheapest source available for the low-carbon energy needed to meet the country's legally binding carbon targets.

David Cameron's reported desire to cap their numbers would mean building more offshore wind turbines or nuclear power stations, both of which are more expensive.

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