Government moves to turbocharge renewables roll out with annual auctions

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Wind farms in the UK are getting larger, with Equinor’s planned Dogger Bank project set to have the same capacity as Hinkley Point C | Credit: Equinor
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Wind farms in the UK are getting larger, with Equinor’s planned Dogger Bank project set to have the same capacity as Hinkley Point C | Credit: Equinor

Major win for UK renewables sector, as government confirms it will stage Contract for Difference auctions every year

The government has today promised to accelerate the roll out of low cost renewable projects by shifting the timetable for clean power contract auctions from once every two years to every year. The next...

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