Energy firm SSE has announced it will be stopping its investment in the construction of three planned offshore wind farm developments.
The move is part of a "streamlining" effort following the decision to freeze energy prices until January 2016, which the company said would hits its profits.
Explaining its decision, the company said there needed to be a "sustainable and lower cost supply chain" if the offshore sector is to prosper in the future.
Last September SSE came out against Labour's plans for an energy price freeze, but today the CEO seemed to forget these previous views.
SSE's decision to freeze energy bills is about protecting its shareholders as well as dealing with customers' concerns about rising prices.