The Welsh Assembly government's (Wag) new cheap energy policy has been criticised as idealistic.
According to wind energy developer West Coast Energy, the proposals set out as part of Wales' low carbon revolution are lofty and need a dose of pragmatism to see the vision realised, reports Wales Online.
"The WAG needs to be realistic not idealistic, producing as much renewable energy as they can from each alternative technology," commented Richard Fearnall, development manager for West Coast Energy.
He added: "The total potential capacity form each type of technology stated in the document should not been seen as ceilings if Wales really wants to lead the world in low carbon energy."
Jane Davidson, minister for environment sustainability and housing, set out the Wag's ambitions for a transition to a more sustainable economy and revealed that Wales has the potential to double the amount of cheap energy generated from renewable sources by 2025.
Peter Davies, Welsh commissioner for the Sustainable Development Commission, also pointed out that retrofitting existing housing stock to vastly improve energy efficiency is crucial to building a stronger economy.
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