Mark Drakeford says devolving crown estate would help Wales with net zero aim

First minister believes seabed rights would allow the country to make best use of its wind and wave power

The Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford, has said that devolving the crown estate to Wales could boost the country’s aspirations to become a world leader in renewable energy.

One of the Labour-led government’s key strategies in tackling the climate emergency is to make the most of Wales’ extraordinary natural resources, including wind and wave power.

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