Dr David Clubb, director of RenewableUK Cymru says support for all types of renewable energy, including onshore wind farms, is evident from today's poll, but Wales is still lagging behind other countries in the UK and Europe.
For the second consecutive year, the people of Wales have strongly confirmed their support for renewable energy across all technology types - including onshore wind.
I believe the benefits of renewable energy, including generating clean energy, ought to be spread far and wide across Wales.
Wales is blessed with a phenomenal renewable energy resource, but we still lag behind Scotland, as well as many of our European neighbours. We will continue to make the case, and to support the businesses that are a vital part in the transition to a clean, green, responsible future.
Evidence will be given to the Environment and Sustainability Committee later on a controversial method of shale gas extraction more commonly known as fracking.
Those giving evidence include the environmental lobby group Friends of the Earth Cymru, and the group applying to test drill in south Wales UK Onshore Gas Limited.
The Director of Friends of the Earth Cymru is expected to promote the focus on renewable energy over the use of fracking.
To protect Wales from climate catastrophe we must impose a moratorium on unconventional gas extraction, as has already happened elsewhere in Europe. And we should move as swiftly as possible to a Wales powered by 100% renewable energy, providing tens of thousands of jobs in the booming green economy.
– Gareth Clubb, Director of Friends of the Earth Cymru