Welsh Government estate smashes 2020 carbon reduction target

It has reduced CO2 emissions by 66%, more than doubling its expected target of 30%

Planning applications submitted for Ireland-UK interconnector

The €400m Greenlink Interconnector will be able to carry enough electricity to power around 380,000 homes

‘Complicated’ waste scheme hits Pembrokeshire

The Welsh initiative involves rubbish being split into a bag for cardboard, a box for paper, a bag for plastic and metal packaging, a box for food waste, a box for glass and a clear bag for small batteries

All new Welsh homes ‘should have EV charging points’

The Welsh National Assembly’s Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee say they want to ensure demand does not outstrip supply as sales of EVs are growing across the UK

Businesses offered £2.2m to develop affordable urban heat networks

The deadline for applications is 4th November 2019

Welsh Rugby Union scores deal to tackle high energy costs

The deal will secure energy costs at more than 200 properties, including the Principality Stadium, for the next four years

Welsh councils win £458k to plug in EV charging points

Five councils will install a total of 73 charging networks across 33 car parks

Government grants approval for gas peaking power plant in Wales

The Abergelli Power Project will have a total capacity of up to 299MW, enough electricity to supply around 150,000 homes

Last nuclear fuel leaves Wylfa power station

The Wylfa Site on Anglesey operated from 1972 until 2015 and generated 232TWh of electricity

Welsh firm hopes to make waves with new tech as it wins £12m EU funding

The grant will support the next stage of the development of Marine Power Systems’ WaveSub device