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LUC confirmed as Future Energy Wales sponsor

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October, 2021

Environmental consultancy, LUC, is to sponsor a session at this year’s Future Energy Wales event on Thursday 25 November in ICC Wales, Newport.

Future Energy Wales will focus on the role of renewable energy in powering economic growth in a net zero Wales.  Throughout the day-long conference, industry experts will discuss progress and options for overcoming the complex challenge of re-engineering an energy system to accommodate the future shape and scale of low-carbon power generation and demand.  Lee Waters MS, Deputy Minister for Climate Change will deliver a keynote address to delegates at the event. 

LUC will be sponsoring the Energy Infrastructure for Net zero session, which will look at the impact that the climate and nature emergencies have on the evolving energy system and how it relates to people and environment.  Other sessions on the day include a look at how Wales is delivering its net zero commitments and what Wales needs to do to position itself as an attractive proposition for energy investment post Brexit and post pandemic. 

Ella Moseley from LUC said:

“We are delighted to sponsor the Energy Infrastructure for Net Zero session.  LUC is at the forefront of innovative thinking, and we work closely with clients to play our part in addressing global challenges and local priorities.  Future Energy Wales is an opportunity for us to show leadership and talk about the opportunities for biodiversity net gain that the need to develop and energy system in Wales can bring.” 

Rhys Wyn Jones, Director of RenewableUK Cymru, said:

“Getting energy infrastructure right is key to achieving net zero Wales and impacts every household and business.   We need to be having open and frank conversations about what this means and the policy choices that will have to be made, and consider how we develop in harmony with nature, people and places.”

Tickets are on sale at www.future-energy.wales and cost £75 for RenewableUK members and £100 for non-members.