THE Spanish wife of UK Deputy PM Nick Clegg has swept up a new job – working for the world’s largest builder of wind farms.
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, from Valladolid, has assumed the role of independent advisor to Acciona, based in Madrid.
Describing itself as a world leader in renewable energy, infrastructure projects and water management, Acciona has already built four farms in the UK.
It recently opened a desalination plant on the Thames estuary to make river water drinkable for London.
And a company spokesperson welcomed her on board, saying it demonstrated its “commitment to international expansion”.