Community Wind Energy, YnNi Teg

| May 29, 2018

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We would like to invite you to become a member of YnNi Teg, a new Welsh community energy society. Becoming a member of YnNi Teg is an opportunity for you to make a real contribution to tackling climate change, but also to help make stronger more resilient communities in Wales - plus you will get a fair return on any money you invest.

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Sunwaterlife believes that water is a universal right. We act to create a future where water is no longer a privilege. We are committed to provide clean water in regions where people suffer from severe shortage of water. Indeed, 2.1 million people, 30% of the global population, don't have access to clean water, thus they are vulnerable to water diseases.

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