The IWA’s Re-energising Wales project has brought together representatives from industry, regional stakeholders and academia that have an interest in the future development and transformation of the energy system in Wales. The overall objective of the project is to provide practical plan by which Wales could achieve its ambition to maximise its use of renewable energy resources by 2035, resulting in an 80% reduction in energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

As part of the Re-energising Wales project, Regen has been asked to conduct an analysis of the future energy demands and potential sources of energy generation and, working with the Re-energising Wales steering group, to create a low carbon energy system vision for the Swansea Bay City Region (SBCR) in the time period to 2035.

 

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