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14 May 2008 05:05:43

Wales makes plans for low carbon future



Wales makes plans for low carbon future
A £15 billion tidal barrage is to be constructed in the Severn Estuary and plans are already underway to build the world's largest biomass plant in Port Talbot.

The Welsh Assembly also has pans to build a number of windfarms to make sure the country reaches its 2025 targets.

Robert Hertzberg, chairman of G24, said: "Here's a place that was the backbone of the industrial revolution in the coal mines and now all of a sudden, they can be the backbone of the next generation in terms of green energy," according to online news source Chron.com.

In related news, renewable technology company Wave Dragon has submitted an environmental impact statement regarding its project to build the world's largest wave conversion generator off the coast of Wales.ADNFCR-1235-ID-18594085-ADNFCR


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