From Energy Voice yesterday:
‘Scotland could soon host the UK’s first ever subsidy-free onshore wind farm, industry chiefs suggested yesterday…. “Someone in this room today will manage that feat,” Rachel Anderson, head of external affairs at green power firm RES, said at the Scottish Renewables conference in Edinburgh.’’
This is important news set against a background of diminishing UK government support for, especially, windfarms. It comes after earlier signs of the increasing competitiveness of renewables reported here:
Based on the above trends, I’d have said subsidy-free renewables electricity production was already on the way, anyway.