Prime minister Boris Johnson says he wants to see a substantial increase in the amount of electricity the UK produces by wind power.
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But it's unclear how much of this will come from onshore wind turbines.
More detail is expected later this week when the government publishes its Energy Security Strategy.
How many wind turbines does the UK have?
There are now more than 11,000 wind turbines in the UK and off its coastline, producing nearly a quarter of our electricity.
Mr Johnson wants all of the UK's energy from "clean sources" by 2035. To meet this goal, offshore wind capacity would need to quadruple by 2030, and onshore wind capacity must double. This would require between 1,000 and 2,000 new wind farms.
The UK has been very successful so far in expanding offshore wind power, and currently has the biggest capacity in the world.
Why is onshore wind controversial?
Onshore wind, although the cheapest form of energy, has seen a 94% decline in new projects since 2015. This was when the government ended subsidies and introduced stricter planning regulations in response to some communities who said wind turbines were an eyesore and noisy.
Planning restrictions currently require onshore wind farms to be identified in local plans (which are produced every 10 years) and given community backing.
This has significantly slowed down the planning process. According to Zoisa North-Bond, chief executive of Octopus Energy Generation, it has extended the construction time from one to seven years.