Lack of transparency over green energy subsidies 'shambolic', say MPs

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.”

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