Europe spends £50bn a year on energy support

Solar and onshore wind are among the main beneficiaries of energy subsidies in the EU, although the cost of renewables continues to fall

by Simon Inglethorpe
Onshore wind: major subsidy beneficiary (photograph: David Baker/123RF)
Onshore wind: major subsidy beneficiary (photograph: David Baker/123RF)

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