Archive for the ‘Energy’ Category

Future CAR:DIFF | exploring a ‘citizen-centric’ approach to sustainable transport

Following on from our Future CAR:DIFF event held last week, Dr Katie Beverley, Senior Research Officer at PDR, summarises and reflects on the presentations, Q&A and discussions, a number of key themes emerged, as discussed below. I was delighted to be invited to attend and summarise Cynnal Cymru’s most recent event in a series that […]

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A Smart Energy Future for Rural Areas

New paper from Smart Energy GB examines how smart technology is energising rural community energy projects across Great Britain Smart technology is helping rural communities harness renewable energy and benefit from energy that is cheaper, more efficient and more secure, according to a new report from Smart Energy GB and Arad Research. A smart energy future […]

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A Smart Energy Future for Rural Areas

New paper from Smart Energy GB examines how smart technology is energising rural community energy projects across Great Britain Smart technology is helping rural communities harness renewable energy and benefit from energy that is cheaper, more efficient and more secure, according to a new report from Smart Energy GB and Arad Research. A smart energy future […]

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Innovation Shorts | How the Principality Stadium is Working Towards Being “off the grid”

The Principality Stadium is Wales’ major international sports and events venue and is the home of the Welsh Rugby Union. With a capacity of 74,500 and an average of 1.3 million visitors a year, the stadium hosts sports, music and conference events and also offers a range of catering services. The Principality Stadium is the […]

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Be bold, be innovative and have fun!

Last week we hosted the second Sustain Wales Summit in the Principality Stadium and we were wowed by an amazing line up of speakers and organisations that are proof that innovative approaches, products and new business models are really making a difference to business, our communities and our environment in Wales. The Summit focused on […]

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Entries now open for the 2017 Wales Green Energy Awards

Now in their fifth year, the Wales Green Energy Awards are an opportunity to celebrate and recognise the achievements of the green energy industry in Wales.  Enter the Awards by completing our online entry form – closing date is Friday 14th July. The winners will be announced in a lunchtime awards ceremony on Friday 10th November in St David’s […]

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Family Business Halen Môn Receives a 21st Birthday Present to Remember: The Queen’s Award

The family sea salt business, Halen Môn, is to receive the most coveted business award in the UK – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, in their 21st year of business. The North Wales company’s core belief is that ‘small changes add up’ – and its continuous commitment to sustainable growth and the environment have helped […]

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Exciting new solution for community projects from Lightology

Cynnal Cymru member Lightology are proud to announce the launch of a new initiative entitled the “Community Energy Fund.” Lightology’s mission has always been to help all businesses reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint. Now they can! This scheme comprises of four teams of passionate people working together to allow smaller, community-based projects to take advantage of high-efficiency […]

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Smart Cities Cardiff – A UK and global initiative comes to the capital of Wales.

Cynnal Cymru are proud to be co-presenting an event that aims to bring the public and private sectors together to explore the potential of Smart technology to deliver a modern, low carbon economy that delivers prosperity and wellbeing in a sustainable way. The UK Government has agreed a £1.2billion City Deal for the Cardiff Capital […]