Cameron says renewables are up for debate after 2020

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Prime Minister commits to wind projects in planning, but says parties must decide what happens when green energy targets are met

David Cameron has suggested government backing for renewable energy may be up for debate beyond 2020, compounding his Energy Minister's mixed messages on energy policy. Energy Minister John Hayes' voiced...

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