From the right, the Telegraph, an excerpt from Investment at risk after wind power backlash :
Some of the world's biggest wind companies, who are considering expanding their business in Britain, say they are reviewing their investments due to a growing backlash against the technology.And from another side, The Guardian, an excerpt from, Wind energy companies fear government's commitment is cooling
The companies say that billions of pounds of investments in factories, research facilities and other developments in the country, has been placed at risk.
Earlier this month, more than 100 MPs wrote to David Cameron, the Prime Minister demanding cuts to the 400 million [pounds] a year subsidies paid to the wind power industry.
Billions of pounds' worth of investment in Britain's energy infrastructure is on hold or uncertain because of concerns over the government's commitment to wind energy.
In an exclusive survey, the heads of some of the world's biggest wind companies, which have been considering setting up factories, research facilities and other developments in the UK, have told the Guardian they are reviewing their investments or seeking clarification and reassurances from ministers on future energy policy in the wake of growing political opposition to wind energy that culminated in this month's unprecedented attack on the government's policies in a letter signed by more than 100 Tory MPs.