Figures from the latest Energy Trends report by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) show that 18% of electricity was produced from renewable sources in the third quarter of 2014 - a 4% increase on last year.
Electricity generated from onshore Wind increased by 7.7% while generation from offshore wind was up by 14.1%.
In light of these figures, clean energy trade association RenewableUK claims that David Cameron was wrong to attack onshore wind earlier this week, when he claimed that the public was "fed up" with onshore wind farms and said the country did not need any more subsidised turbines on land now that the energy source was capable of providing 10% of UK energy.
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