Outwrite client Jones Bros has featured in a report on BBC news programme Wales Today sharing its views on the future of wind farms in Wales.

As part of a report from BBC Wales’ economics correspondent Sarah Dickins, Jones Bros commercial manager Ruth Jones was interviewed for her views on the creation of new wind farms in Wales, which a new report has forecast could be worth up to £2.3 billion to the economy and create 2,000 jobs.

The research also suggested that the planning process for wind farms needs to be accelerated to ensure economic benefits do not fall short.

Jones Bros, which is established as one of the UK’s leading civil engineers in the field of renewable energy, has won numerous contracts to create wind farms across the UK, including the 60 turbine Crystal Rig wind farm in the Scottish borders, one of the UK’s most powerful onshore installations.

You can see the news item, which was broadcast on January 30, by visiting http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-21269105.

Jones Bros also made an appearance on the BBC last year on the channel’s 6 o’clock and 10 o’clock news. Ruth was interviewed about apprenticeships by the BBC’s chief economics correspondent Hugh Pym.