The Môr Glas and Môr Gwyrdd projects have had an airing at the Senedd, courtesy of the Celtic Sea Developers Association which organised an event there on 25 January.
The ‘Floating Wind in the Celtic Sea’ event was well attend by politicians, companies and industry practitioners yesterday evening. The level of attendance of the event, sponsored by Paul Davies MS, David Rees MS, Jane Dodds MS and Delyth Jewell MS, highlighted the huge potential Floating Wind in the Celtic Sea could deliver to the neighbouring communities.
Samuel Kurtz MS reinforced the huge potential to Pembrokeshire and Wales and Minister for Climate Change, Julie James MS, encouraged the industry to give a clear message to Westminster that the potential from the first leasing round is harnessed within the supply chain and communities of Wales and the Celtic Sea region and that this huge opportunity is not missed.
The Partners in the Môr Glas and Môr Gwyrdd projects, Hiraeth Energy and Magnora Offshore Wind, welcome Welsh Government’s commitment to maximising the benefits of floating offshore wind to the businesses and communities of Wales. We believe that our approach will be sensitive to nature, mindful of the needs of Wales’ communities, and will provide huge benefits to the supply chain of south Wales and beyond.