Banks Group revealed as firm behind clean energy auction Judicial Review application

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Onshore wind hasn't been eligible to compete in CfD auctions since 2015 | Credit: Rafomundo
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Onshore wind hasn't been eligible to compete in CfD auctions since 2015 | Credit: Rafomundo

Developer Banks Renewables lodged application for formal review of Contracts for Difference subsidy scheme over the exclusion of onshore wind projects from current auction

Banks Renewables, a subsidiary of energy infrastructure business Banks Group, has confirmed it is the firm behind the legal challenge that threatens to stall an auction for a fresh round of government...

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