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Tyler, R. Whitehall is told to cut red tape for wind farms. Daily Telegraph. 18/08/2004.

The Cabinet Office has intervened in the commissioning of offshore wind farms in an attempt to speed up the process.
The move has been requested by Shell and is backed by the British Wind Energy Association and the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The industry is keen to avoid the bureaucracy that has delayed planning applications for onshore wind farms by more than three times the official targe

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