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With most of the election manifestos now out, we thought you might be wondering what (or if) they tell us about the parties’ positions on onshore wind.
Support for onshore wind just hit the highest levels ever recorded. Basically people <3 wind.
Together, we've been asking the government to give wind power financial support. But that's not the only problem wind turbines are facing.
33,000 of us wanted the government to back onshore wind and solar in the budget. This is what the chancellor said.
Ever had a picnic ruined by a surprise summer shower?
This Valentine's Day we swapped red roses for pink pinwheels to show our love for onshore wind.
Last week we asked you to help Resilient Energy fund their high court appeal. Boy, did you deliver.
Download our pinwheel making kit and then show you love wind by making some on Valentine's Day!
If only the government would let them...
Last year we asked the government to give onshore wind financial support. They didn't say no... but they didn't say yes either. So we need to keep the pressure high.
The government want to kick onshore wind off our shores. But their solution not only takes away our cheapest low carbon tech, but drags solar down with it.
It's great news that coal is dropping like a stone in our energy mix. But what is picking up the slack?
Last autumn, 18,000 of us asked the government to support onshore wind. This is what they government said back.
Positive news alert! Four great things that happened on climate change this week.
Show off your love of wind power with a bit of Christmas tree craft.
Every year the government hands millions of pounds to fossil fuel power stations to keep the lights on. But wind has been left out in the cold.
Three quarters of the UK public support onshore wind. We headed in parliament to make sure the government know it.
Photo story: there's only one turbine in the country with a viewing platform up the top. Our own Leo Murray and his son and co-pilot Sol went to investigate.
October was a really good month for Scottish wind power.
This community owned wind turbine pays for a village handyman, and defibrillators. And produces clean power of course. Not bad.
Harnessing the power of the wind made the tiny community on Tiree more resilient.
Today we released The Wind newspaper. How much do the UK really love wind power? How do the press treat wind? What are the top ten windy anthems? Read all about it here.
October half term often brings some blustery weather. Here are a few ways you can make the most of it.
Energy subsidies are a bit tricky, but they're super important. Here are the five things you need to know.
Wind power is really really good at tackling climate change. But there are so many more reasons we love it!
Just what do the British public think of onshore wind farms? You might be surprised.
Are a few thoughts on the seven most common criticisms of wind power.
How Tilley the turbine has transformed this island community.