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Great Majority Of UK Consumers Support Renewable Energy

February 11, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
In the UK, 77 percent of consumers believe the country should generate more electricity from renewable sources, while 73 percent said the government should extend more support to the renewable energy industry, according to Mintel. Results of the market research firm revealed around 76 percent of respondents think renewable energy “plays an important role in protecting the environment.” Also, 78 percent said they prefer solar panels being installed on all new houses, while 74 percent think more roofs should have solar panels installed. In general, about 40 percent are willing to pay “a little more” for more environment-friendly energy. However, almost 30 percent said they do not care what type of source their electricity comes from, while 45 percent said the country should adopt the cheapest source of energy available.
"73% Of Brits Believe The Government Should Give More Support To The Renewable Energy Sector", Mintel, February 11, 2015, © Mintel Group Ltd.
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