Warning over future wind farms

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First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned that large windfarms could be built anywhere in Wales, because the UK government is refusing to devolve more powers on large energy schemes to the assembly.

He was answering questions in front of the assembly's environment committee.

Concerns about turbines and pylons in mid Wales have led to protesters asking for a review of wind farm developments.

BBC Wales environment correspondent Iolo ap Dafydd reports

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