The implications of proposals to ease onshore wind planning restrictions

Reversing a de facto ban introduced by David Cameron’s government in 2015, new proposals have reignited onshore wind power developers’ hopes by proposing to place this clean energy source on an equal footing with other infrastructure development. James Fair reports on what the announcement means, and how it’s been received

by James Fair

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