Wales’ energy and environment sector employs over 58,000 people generating over £4.8 billion in revenue. The sector is strong in energy and waste management, water treatment, environmental monitoring and the built environment.

It is a dynamic sector with rapid innovation in areas of marine energy initiatives and low-carbon projects, utility companies investing in sustainable energy sources and the deep sea ports of Wales are equipped to support renewable projects.

RenewableUK and RenewableUK Cymru are pleased to announce that Future Energy Wales will be back in November 2024. 

Future Energy Wales #RUKFEW24 will be an opportunity to discuss what a net zero future for Wales looks like and how it is going to be achieved.

Wales will be at this event – full details to follow.

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