Headline Sponsor: RWE
RWE owns and / or operates around 3 gigawatts (GW) of energy generation in Wales across 12 sites. It has a diverse portfolio of onshore and offshore wind, hydro and gas, directly employing around 200 people (plus many more indirectly) at its dedicated offices in Baglan, Llanidloes, Dolgarrog, and Port of Mostyn, as well as onsite at its power stations. It is the largest power producer in Wales – generating enough electricity from its power stations based in Wales to meet the electricity needs of the whole of the country. RWE is also Wales’ largest renewable generator.
To find out more about how RWE supports the Welsh economy, click here
Post Conference Reception Sponsor: EDF Renewables
EDF Renewables is one of the UK and Ireland’s leading renewable energy companies, specialising in wind power, solar and batter storage technology. It develops, builds, operates and maintains renewable technologies throughout their lifetime.
It has an operational portfolio of 36 wind farms – including two offshore wind farms – and it has an ambitious vision for solar and battery storage.
To find out more about what EDF Renewables does, visit www.edf-re.uk
Lunch Sponsors: BlueFloat & Falck Renewables
LUC is an award-winning environmental consultancy providing planning, impact assessment, landscape design, ecology and geospatial services to a wide range of public and private sector clients. It is a leading consultant in renewable energy, with a proven track record in onshore wind, offshore wind, grid infrastructure, and solar energy services.
With a legacy spanning 55 years and a team of over 200 skilled professionals, LUC is united by a determination to achieve sustainable development on behalf of its clients. With the current climate emergency in mind, it ensures that all its work promotes climate change mitigation and resilience.