British parts for British wind farms: Government tightens supply chain criteria for clean power projects

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Dogger Bank, the world's largest wind farm, is supprted by CfD | Credit: Equinor

BEIS confirms plans to strengthen supply chain rules for projects receiving Contract for Difference payments in bid to stimulate growth of local economies

The government has confirmed it is tightening the rules governing its renewables subsidy regime ahead of the fourth round of clean power contract auctions later this year, announcing last week it will...

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