The UK government’s failure to award any new offshore wind-power contracts in its latest procurement round ultimately stems from bean-counting stinginess and is nothing that a lot of extra government investment won’t fix. But with the days of ever-cheaper renewables behind us, the news supports our view that the green transition will put greater pressure on the public finances than many make out.
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