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EMEC and Marine Energy Wales set to reinforce Marine Energy Test Area in Wales

The META project in Wales allows developers to test scaled devices and conduct trials of marine energy projects to test devices ahead of deployment

Wales plants £5m giant ‘National Forest’ to tackle CO2

The National Forest scheme aims to help Wales to meet carbon targets by absorbing the greenhouse gas from the air

Clean energy to power all new Welsh homes from 2025

The Welsh Government says the new regulations will make homes more energy efficient and cheaper to run

Cardiff Council granted £21m to improve air quality

The council plans to implement various measures including a bus retrofitting programme to reduce emissions and an active travel plan to make it easier for people to walk and cycle in the city centre

Green light for £8m net zero carbon neighbourhood in Wales

The 35 new homes will use very low energy building design and consist of technologies such as thermal and electrical storage, onsite solar panels and ground source heat pumps

Swansea tidal power project seeks £1.2m to keep afloat

The UK Government refused to back the tidal project last year, saying using public funds for the project could not be justified

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