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Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood insists her plan for a not-for-profit company to take on the big energy firms is fully costed and would be cheap to set up.
She unveiled a raft of policy ideas at the party's annual conference in Aberystwyth.
Plaid Cymru have elected a new party chairman at their conference in Aberystwyth.Dr Dafydd Trystan Davies, a former chief executive of the party, will succeed Helen Mary Jones.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has made a series of policy pledges which she says she'd carry out if her party wins power in Cardiff Bay. They include a tax on sugary drinks and rent controls on private housing.
Leanne Wood was speaking at Plaid Cymru's conference in Aberystwyth.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters reports.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood is expected to unveil a new policy commitment to cut business rates for small businesses in Wales. In her speech to the party's conference in Aberystwyth she's due to say that a Plaid-led Welsh government would cut rates for firms with a rateable value below £15,000.
She's expected to say:
Members of Plaid Cymru are gathering in Aberystwyth for their party's annual conference. Delegates' minds will be focussed on next year's European elections with the party unveiling its campaign slogan - 'Wales First!'
Party chiefs say the conference also marks an opening-up of decision-making with individual members able to vote on motions directly for the first time rather than through branch and constituency representatives.