Setback for Anglesey's renewable energy plan

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Plans to promote Anglesey as a base for renewable energy may have suffered a setback after the UK energy minister said there would be no money to develop Holyhead port from the Government.

Charles Hendry was visiting Anglesey Aluminium and Wylfa's Nuclear Power Station and said any development money would have to come from the assembly government.

BBC Wales environment correspondent Iolo ap Dafydd reports.

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