Why Welsh devolution drive has led to uncertainty on energy

Proposals to devolve power to determine large Welsh energy infrastructure projects from Westminster to Cardiff could mean that such applications will be considered under a new process being introduced under separate legislation from the Welsh government.

by Jim Dunton
The Welsh Assembly building in Cardiff
The Welsh Assembly building in Cardiff

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