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Energy firms set to take a hit after UK elections

It won't matter which party wins on May 7, though the shape of the next government will determine the industry's biggest losers
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 05:50

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Mr Cameron (left) intends to end support for wind farms if his Conservative Party is re-elected while Mr Miliband's Labour party aims to cap retail power prices, split up utilities and change the way wholesale markets operate

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POWER companies are bracing for a hit in the UK no matter who wins the general election on May 7, though the shape of the next government will determine the biggest losers.

David Cameron plans to end support for onshore wind farms if his Conservative Party is re-elected,

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