Welsh Government supports Pembroke Port’s floating wind initiative

The Welsh Government announces £1 million funding to investigate floating offshore wind potential at Pembroke Port

British Gas secures £200m Welsh Government contract

British Gas has secured a new seven-year contract with the Welsh Government’s Warm Homes scheme, aiming to improve energy efficiency and provide support for low income households

Minister calls for urgent energy market overhaul

Wales’ social justice minister, Jane Hutt, has called for reforms in the energy market, citing concerns over soaring costs and inequalities, pressing for the introduction of a social tariff to assist low income households

Tata Steel to close Port Talbot blast furnaces

The owners of Port Talbot steelworks have declined a union proposal to sustain blast furnace operations, placing nearly 3,000 jobs at risk

‘Grid upgrades vital for Welsh energy transition’

RenewableUK Cymru has endorsed the Welsh Government’s urgent push for grid upgrades to accelerate the energy transition

Welsh minister urges UK Government to aid businesses hit by energy costs

Wales’ Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has stated that current measures are insufficient and could harm business competitiveness and viability

Welsh coal mine expansion goes to court

Campaigners are calling for the government to step in and stop the planned expansion

Nova scales back plans for Welsh tidal project

The tidal energy company said it is not “economically viable” for one of its flagship projects to move forward

Wales looks to build publicly-owned wind farms

This will be to bring profits back to local communities, the Welsh government has said

Wales to set up state-owned energy company

The company aims to prioritise the development of onshore wind farms