New onshore wind farms are effectively banned in England.
Government rules, introduced in 2015, mean just one objection to an onshore wind farm can stop an entire project being built.
Because of this ban, only two onshore wind turbines have been built in England since 2020. Meanwhile, the average family is paying £2,500 to keep the lights on and their home warm.
Onshore wind is one of the cheapest and cleanest forms of energy available, but instead of creating that energy here, we’re paying sky-high bills and lining Putin’s pockets buying foreign gas.
By building new onshore wind farms in England, we can bring down bills, create jobs and stop importing foreign gas.
Your bills are too high to ban the cheapest form of power.