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Huge appetite for Green Building in Wales

Individuals, companies and organisations from across Wales have demonstrated their appetite for a dedicated green building event, by signing up in their dozens to attend the Wales Green Building Marketplace. With two weeks to go, more than 60 different organisations...

Archwaeth enfawr ar gyfer Adeiladu Gwyrdd yng Nghymru

Mae unigolion, cwmnïau a sefydliadau o bob cwr o Gymru wedi dangos eu archwaeth ar gyfer digwyddiad adeiladu gwyrdd pwrpasol, drwy gofrestru yn eu dwsinau i fynychu’r Werdd Marketplace Adeiladu Cymru. Gyda dwy wythnos i fynd, mae mwy na 60 o sefydliadau gwahanol...

Ynni gwynt yn golygu mewnforion llai o tanwydd ffosil

Yn 2013, naeth ynni gwynt creu llai o angen i fewnforio glo yn y DU, efo amcangyfrif o 4.9 miliwn o dunelli a nwy 1.4 biliwn metr ciwbig, astudiaeth gan Cambridge Econometrics wedi datgelu. Oedd 56% o gyflenwadau nwy y DU a 79% o lo wedi eu mewnforio yn 2013. Heb ynni...

Wind power means less fossil fuel imports

In 2013, wind energy reduced the UK’s need to import coal by an estimated 4.9 million tonnes and gas by 1.4 billion cubic metres, a study by Cambridge Econometrics has revealed. 56% of the UK’s gas supplies and 79% of coal were imported in 2013.  Without...

Minister to speak at Wales Green Building Marketplace

The Wales Office today confirmed that Baroness Randerson, the Under-Secretary of State for Wales, will be delivering the Political Keynote speech for the inaugural Wales Green Building Marketplace. The event, organised by RenewableUK Cymru and being held at the iconic...