Almost 100 conventional MPs have on paper to the prime minister influence him to cut subsidies for wind turbines. Actually the government needs renewable sources, such as wind, to make available 15% of the UK's energy supply by 2015. State help is being cut under plans set out by ministers last year, but MPs have demanded quickening.
The politicians also uttered concerns that the proposed National Planning Policy structure diminishes the chances of local people defeating onshore wind farm proposals from side to side the scheduling system. The Tory MP together by some backbenchers from other parties questioned the amount of money going to the sector throughout straitened period. If Tory MPs want to turn the clock back on renewable power, it will be the public who pay the cost throughout higher energy bills, as we become more contingent on volatile fossil energy prices.