People hoping to get cheap electricity from green sources may be concerned by recent reports suggesting the government is set to rethink its policies on approving new wind farms.
The Daily Telegraph stated ministers may be prepared to veto plans for new developments following pressure from Conservative backbenchers, with over 100 MPs recently expressing their opposition to such schemes.
Climate change minister Greg Barker was quoted by the publication as saying the policies inherited from the previous government has been "unbalanced in favour of onshore wind".
There are currently around 500 developments under construction or awaiting planning permission, which would more than double the total number of installations in the country.
However, Mr Barker has this week denied suggestions there will be no new wind farms, with the Department of Energy and Climate Change telling BusinessGreen there has been no change in strategy.
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