The politicians won’t be able to ignore this sort of press for much longer, though they will continue to blame private energy companies for having the temerity to generate a profit for their shareholders.
Homeowners face £1,000 increase in electricity bills: ‘Folly’ of relying on wind power ‘will cost homes £26bn by 2030’
The Daily Mail
15 October 2014
- Wind farm reliance could see costly electricity bills and winter power cuts
- Experts claim it will lead to costs being passed on to consumers
- Next winter’s electricity production margins are at an ‘all time low’
Homeowners are facing electricity bill increases of £1,000 and winter power cuts if the Government continues to rely on wind farms, experts warn.
A new report claims that if the Government continues to chase renewable wind power, the average household bill will soar by £1,000, costing homes £26billion by 2030.
The report, submitted to the Lords Science and Technology Select Committee, was authored by the Scientific Alliance.
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