And there is a difference: being green might be categorised, when talking about power supplies, as wanting more renewable power and less fossil fueled.
Being Green means being anti-capitalist with it:
Mr Barker has previously said he would act if he was concerned that too many corporations were taking advantage of the scheme.
In November, he said: \”At the moment there is no cause for undue alarm but if the current growth of solar farms show signs of getting out of hand, I will act. Speculators and hot money should find another home for their investments.
\”We want to see an ambitious roll out of solar panels on Britain\’s roof space but not all over the countryside.
\”I will not allow the hard won available funding to be scooped up by a few industrial scale photovoltaic farms at the expense of the domestic or small business installations.\”
And yes, that is a Tory damn Minister saying that, which shows quite how far the rot has spread.
Getting lots of solar power is less important than getting less small scale, communal, domestic, solar power.
And there is absolutely no reason, other than cuddly cuteness, to prefer the latter over the former. Or purblind economic ignorance of course.