Renewable energy could create a ‘zero carbon’ Wales

In a report published today, “Net Zero: The UK’s contribution to stopping global warming”, the UK Committee on Climate Change has recommended that the Welsh Government should legislate for at least a 95% reduction in all greenhouse gas emissions against the 1990...

New Head of RenewableUK Cymru

RenewableUK Cymru appoints new Head. Renewable UK Cymru has appointed Rhys Wyn Jones to lead the organisation’s work. Rhys has over 20 years’ experience working in a number of media, public affairs and stakeholder engagement roles, including extensive experience of...

Vote for your sustainability winners!

Vote for your sustainability winners! 10 October, 2018 We're so excited! You can now vote for who you'd like to win the Sustainable Academy Awards! Head over to https://t.co/llnm2vciL6 and get voting! #SAWAwards pic.twitter.com/D4bnujKAsi — Sustainable...

Be a part of Wales’ new Sustainable Academy Awards

Be a part of Wales’ new Sustainable Academy Awards 16 August, 2018 Lots of great applications coming in for the #SWAWAwards Can't wait to find out what amazing sustainability projects are happening across #Wales Don't forget the closing date is 10...

Smart people, Smart event

Smart people, Smart event 3 July, 2018 We're up to 65 attending organisations for #SmartEnergyWales next Wednesday. Here are 64 of them (soz @doosan_babcock, couldn't fit you in the square) To join them – and us – just visit https://t.co/7KJrhKUjfM...

Swansea Bay; an opportunity lost

Swansea Bay; an opportunity lost 25 June, 2018 The UK Government have today announced that they will not be committing public money to support Tidal Lagoon Power’s proposed project in Swansea. This decision is deeply disappointing, and means that the region will...