RWE Innogy, the renewables arm of RWE, has put plans for up to 12 onshore wind farms in Wales and Scotland – representing about 400MW of clean power generation capacity – on hold until the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) confirms whether they will have any route to market, the German energy giant said yesterday. The news is in addition to nine projects in England, representing about another 120MW of clean power, which RWE Innogy announced it was completely scrapping in October. In its immediate development pipeline RWE Innogy has six onshore wind farms that are certain to be built, and one more which has secured planning consent but currently has no route to market under either the Renewables Obligation or a Contract for Difference (CfD).
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