The Government has urged developers to “act fairly” after some of the UK largest wind farms delayed taking up “green” Government contracts, potentially allowing them to earn hundreds of millions of pounds more from consumers during the energy crisis.
According to a new analysis, the taxpayer could be half-a-billion pounds worse off due to a recently revealed delay at just one wind farm, which generous “green” Government contracts allowed for.
Leading Tory MPs told GB News the revelations showed the Government’s energy strategy was “in tatters”.
No new wind farms have begun selling electricity to the grid at “low cost” subsidy deal prices, agreed with the Government, at expected dates since the energy crisis began—instead selling at higher market prices, GB News can reveal. Read more:

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