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Wales missing out on green capital

While England and Scotland build biomass plants and offshore farms for huge sums, funding for Wales' green transition is overlooked.

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While billions have flowed into the green transition in recent years, Wales is an unharnessed potential for investments in the sector, reveals a new report according to Renews.

According to the authors of the study, there is a significant number of green projects in the country, on hold due to a lack of funding.

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