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Investment is key to unlocking constrained Welsh grid

RenewableUK Cymru has called on OFGEM and National Grid to undertake “anticipatory investment” in Mid Wales to help solve the connectivity issues in the region. The call comes as part of RenewableUK Cymru’s response to the Welsh Affairs Select Committee’s Inquiry into...

Celtic Sea Collaboration Forges Ahead

RWE, Wales' biggest power producer, is partnering with the UK's largest port operator, Associated British Ports (ABP) and UK's largest energy port, the Port of Milford Haven, to investigate the scaling-up of port facilities in support of a pipeline of gigawatt-scale...

Developing Green Skills for a Net Zero Wales

The next session of the Virtual Energy Network Group will take place on Monday 7 March at 1pm.  It will be co-chaired by RenewableUK Cymru and the Offshore Energy Alliance and will look at developing green skills for a Net Zero Wales.   In addition, taking into...

Putting the future of Wales’ energy on the table

Putting the future of Wales' energy on the table 25 November, 2021 Leading figures from the renewable energy industry will be gathering at ICC Wales today for the Future Energy Wales conference and exhibition. Sponsored by RWE, Future Energy Wales brings together...

RWE backs Future Energy Wales

RWE backs Future Energy Wales 8 November, 2021 RenewableUK Cymru is delighted to announce the headline sponsor for its Future Energy Wales conference and exhibition this month is RWE.  The event will take place on Thursday 25 November in ICC Wales, Newport.Future...

LUC to sponsor Future Energy Wales

LUC confirmed as Future Energy Wales sponsor 25 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...

Huge potential for Celtic Sea – if infrastructure is right

Huge potential for Celtic Sea - if infrastructure is right 15 September, 2021 The Celtic Sea has huge potential for floating offshore wind energy providing we get the infrastructure right.  Director of RenewableUK Cymru, Rhys Wyn Jones, says 5GW of Floating Offshore...