Wales: 'Radical' plan could deliver 100 per cent renewable power by 2035

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Wales: 'Radical' plan could deliver 100 per cent renewable power by 2035

Report from the Institute of Welsh Affairs argues that combination of public and private investment could see the country fully decarbonise its electricity system over the next 15 years

Wales could shift to 100 per cent renewable electricity by 2035, creating over 20,000 jobs and delivering a £7.4bn economic boost for the country's economy. That is the headline conclusion from a new...

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