Following very positive discussions with representatives of the FLEXIS project today, Neath Port Talbot Council has reaffirmed its commitment to close working with industry (including Tata) and academia to secure a future for the area in developing new energy systems, reduced carbon emissions and new innovations and technologies for the 21st century.
News Posts in Category : Energy
Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns, during a visit to the Swansea Bay Campus, announced a £800,000 UK Government backed investment in Swansea University’s SPECIFIC Innovation and Knowledge Centre.
Wales’ marine energy sector has received a further boost as £1.2m of EU funds will be invested to create a test area for developers in the Milford Haven Waterway.
The new Development of Wales has been launched with £440m of financial muscle to back growth-focused firms in Wales.
Whilst everyone waits with bated breath for news about the Tidal Lagoon…
A coffee shop unlike any other in the country has opened its doors in Swansea.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted for its work with NHS Wales Informatics Service in the Most Innovative Contribution to Business-University Collaboration category at this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
A rallying cry is going out to people across Swansea and beyond to show their support for the planned Tidal Lagoon.
A new development of 16 homes built by Pobl Group in Neath will combine innovative technologies to generate, store and release energy, actively reducing the impact of carbon emissions and fuel poverty.
Villages in India will benefit from Swansea University expertise in creating buildings that work as power stations, generating, storing and releasing their own power, thanks to £7 million of UK government funding. The money was awarded to a Swansea-led consortium of 12 UK and Indian universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, Brunel, and Imperial College London.