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The UK government’s moves to bring forward some £40bn ($65bn) of renewable energy investment by 2020 after shifting incentives towards offshore wind power and away from projects on land has won widespread support.

Onshore unfazed by UK changes

The UK government’s moves to bring forward some £40bn ($65bn) of renewable energy investment by 2020 after shifting incentives towards offshore wind power and away from projects on land has won widespread support.

The UK government’s moves to bring forward some £40bn ($65bn) of renewable energy investment by 2020 after shifting incentives towards offshore wind power and away from projects on land has won widespread support.