New windfarms will not cost taxpayers after subsidies hit record low

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Cost of supporting offshore turbines drops to less than market price for energy New renewable energy projects will be built at no extra cost for millions of British energy bill payers after record low state-backed subsidies fell below the market price the first time. The results of a government subsidy auction have revealed that the cost of supporting offshore wind turbines has tumbled by almost a
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