New infrastructure won’t take as long post Covid

Part of Renewable UK’s bread and butter is talking to stakeholders about policy and regulatory interventions we think are required to reach net zero emissions. This isn’t restricted to established technology of course.  We’re now working hard to influence the...

Join our Virtual Energy Network

RenewableUK Cymru and Arup are joining forces to offer a regular platform for the renewable energy sector in Wales to discuss key issues facing the industry The Virtual Energy Network Group will be an opportunity to debate and analyse current energy policy challenges...

Onshore wind is on again

RUK Cymru head welcomes UK Government announcement on Contracts for Difference The UK Government has reversed its five year policy of excluding onshore wind and solar energy projects form competing for ‘contracts for difference’ for development of renewable energy...

RUKC welcomes EDF Renewables plans for 110MW windfarm

RenewableUK Cymru has welcomed EDF Renewables announcement of a plans to develop a wind farm called Garn Fach, south of Newtown, Powys, in partnership with 14 local farming families. The project is likely to consist of up to 22 turbines, each producing around 5 MW....