- 26 May 2022
IoD Wales Pembroke Dock Marine Project
Sponsored by Port of Milford Haven, Swansea Bay City Deal, Ty Hotels
This event will bring together speakers from the Port of Milford Haven and the 3 other PDM partners who have received support from the Swansea Bay City Deal and WEFO to update on the projects next steps and the opportunities it brings to the region.
Working together, The Port of Milford Haven, The Offshore Renewable energy catapult, Marine Energy Wales and Wave Hub (Now Celtic Sea Power) are delivering the Pembroke Dock Marine Project.
Pembroke Dock marine is delivering:
• Upgraded Port infrastructure (PDI) – delivered by the Port of Milford Haven
• A Marine Energy Engineering Centre of Excellence (MEECE) – delivered by ORE Catapult
• A Marine Energy Test Are (META) – delivered by Marine Energy Wales and
• Pembrokeshire Demonstration Zone (PDZ) – delivered by Wave Hub Ltd (Now Celtic Sea Power)
These combined elements will be delivering support and infrastructure needed to further grow Wales low carbon economy. The Port of Milford Haven is the UK’s largest Energy Port handling over 30 million tonnes of cargo annually and providing over 20% of the UK’s energy needs.
A dedicated experienced team of experts provide solutions in marine operations, cargo handling and marine renewables. The port offers shipping layover, freight and passenger ferry services, fisheries, and commercial property management.
The Swansea Bay City Deal is an unprecedented programme of investment in the Swansea Bay City Region, which is made up of Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot, Swansea, and Pembrokeshire. The remit of the city deal is to improve people’s lives in all parts of Southwest Wales.
With a total invest of £630m within the Energy and smart manufacturing industry. Placing the region at the forefront of energy and manufacturing innovation as part of the drive towards a low carbon economy.
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