Over two thirds of people in Wales are in favour of large scale wind projects in their local area.
That's according to a YouGov survey commissioned by Renewable UK Cymru into attitudes of Welsh people towards renewable energy.
Almost two thirds (62%) of the people questioned for the annual survey said they support the development of wind power as part of a mix of renewable and conventional energy.
The survey shows that support for renewable energy outshines conventional fossil fuels.
Just 22% of people were in favour of shale gas and 31% for nuclear to provide energy in their area.
The highest support was for solar energy, with 81% of people showing support for this.
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