Government recently announced up to £1bn is to be made available for first commercial scale CCS demonstration project.

Latest round of projects approved by Rural Priorities to enhance biodiversity and reduce the effects of climate control.

Installers of renewable technology will be able to have constructive discussions about issues important to them.

Improvements include improvements to the canopies and streetscene in the town centre.

Schemes in Merthyr include an enhanced highway system and development of a major new public square in the town centre.

Scheme aims to help children improve their recycling and save money.

£20,000 up for grabs for four electoral wards.

Projects will focus on delivering benefits for the natural environment.

It will help deliver an estimated 28,000 jobs and £7.1bn in value to Scotland's economy over the coming decade.

Almost 3,000 homes to get insulation and biomass heating.

Homes will meet Level 4 of the government's Code for Sustainable Homes.

Scheme cost approximately £7m.

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