People looking to switch energy supplier could find they are able to access cheap energy from wind farms more easily in the future, according to one expert.
As the UK and other countries search for renewable energy sources that can help cut their carbon emissions while offering people the chance to access cheap energy suppliers, it has been suggested that wind power should be given more attention as a solution to the world's energy problems.
Results from a new study led by Professor Michael McElroy at Harvard University in the US have suggested that onshore wind farms based around the world could supply enough energy to deliver 40 times the electricity currently consumed on the planet.
That means the future could be bright for wind farm proposals as a means of harnessing cheap energy for consumers and helping people to reduce their energy bills.
The UK government has announced proposals to invest in offshore wind farms, as well as other technology such as carbon capture coal-fired power stations and nuclear plants to help cut carbon emissions.
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