Bright Blue researcher Sam Hall is quoted in the Guardian commenting on the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee report on consumer-funded energy policies. He argues that greater transparency is required over costs to consumers of not giving fixed-price contracts to onshore wind and solar.
Here's an excerpt:
“The committee is right to ask government for greater transparency over consumer-funded energy policies. One area where more clarity is needed is the cost to consumers of excluding the cheapest renewable energy sources, onshore wind and solar, from competing for fixed-price contracts.”