Showcasing the Opportunities, Innovators, and Initiatives within the Offshore Floating Wind Sector in the Celtic Sea
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1 November, 2023
After a successful two-year programme the groundbreaking Tech Tyfu initiative – delivered by not-for-profit organisation Menter Môn – is set to continue until Summer 2024 via Welsh Government’s Backing Local Firms Fund.
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Floventis Energy is a joint venture between Cierco and SBM Offshore established in 2021 to developing floating offshore wind projects in new markets.
Marine Energy Wales is active across a host of projects, collaborations and stakeholders to spearhead the development and deployments with marine renewable technology industry in Wales.
Celtic Sea Power offers offshore test sites to advance the development of offshore renewable energy technologies, they also provide all the specialist serviced and support to technology developers.
ABP is the UK’s leading ports group providing critical infrastructure to the marine energy industry and have significant potential to support the development of offshore wind, hydrogen, CCUS shipping as well as wave and tidal power.
The Port of Milford Haven is a trust port that delivers infrastructure and services to the traditional and emergent energy industry and host multiple developers and supply chain companies in Pembroke Port.
Pembrokeshire County Council is the governing body for Pembrokeshire, one of the Principal Areas of Wales.