Montgomeryshire Assembly Member, Russell George AM, said he welcomed recent comments that UK Government Ministers are preparingto veto major wind farms being built in the British countryside and cut back their subsidies.
Montgomeryshire Assembly Member, Russell George, has welcomed Arriva Trains Wales announcement of increased capacity on its Wales and Boarders service but has stated that an hourly service on the Cambrian Line was ‘vital’ to accommodate commuter demand.
An innovative scheme was launched in Montgomeryshire this week by Russell George AM to help those moving into private rented accommodation and to particularly help those who are experiencing financial difficulties.
Montgomeryshire Assembly Member, Russell George, said his meeting this week with the Climate Change Minister, Greg Barker MP, was a very productive one, as he felt the UK Government were exploring far more energy avenues than the Welsh Government.
Commenting on the news that E.ON and RWE have withdrawn plans to build a new nuclear power station on Anglesey, Russell George AM, Shadow Minister for the Environment, said:"This is obviously disappointing news for Wales’ renewable energy sector, although hope for the future of Wylfa remains strong."
Montgomeryshire Assembly Member and Shadow Minister for the Environment, Russell George, said he was ‘disappointed’ by the decision made by Powys local authority to move food waste collection services away from Newtown to Oxfordshire.