Beleaguered British onshore wind sector poised for post-Brexit comeback

A crippled UK Parliament, more concerned with bickering about Brexit and pointing fingers than securing domestic development, has sent the country’s onshore wind energy sector back to the drawing board. But the technology could make a big comeback in two years, evaluates British trade association Energy UK.

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A tempest is howling around the British Isles in more ways than one. Even though the foul weather expected to have been the country's first December storm only amounted to stiff winds, the House of Commons is embroiled in a high-pressure zone concerning the conditions of Brexit, and no resolution seems possible up to the holidays.

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