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Joining forces in Wales

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More than 20 organisations working in the Dyfi Valley in mid Wales have joined together to promote community owned renewable energy. The Dyfi Eco-Valley Partnership includes companies already involved with renewable energy, such as the Centre for Alternative Technology, Dulas Engineering and Ecogen. With European regional development funding, the partnership is looking at a range of small-scale renewable schemes to supply local power, including micro-hydro and sewage gas. According to development officer Andy Rowland, the partnership is not at present considering wind as part of its renewable mix because it has not received any specific wind energy proposals.

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