Wales has the ability to generate a third of its entire energy requirements from wind within the next 15 years, according to the country's environment minister. Launching a low-carbon energy strategy, environment minister Jane Davidson says that the principality could generate twice as much power as it does now through wholly renewable sources by 2025, with wind accounting for a large proportion of this. The strategy says that onshore and offshore wind could add 2GW and 6GW to Wales' energy mix respectively.
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