Facilities

 

Dynamic work space on offer

Funding

 

€100.4 million EU structural funds prioritised for marine energy in Wales

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Research

 

World class research taking place in Wales

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Consenting Guidance

 

To assist with the application process for marine licences

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Marine Energy Hub

A Marine Energy Hub exists in Pembrokeshire through a joint initiative between Marine Energy Pembrokeshire/Wales and the Port of Milford Haven. The hub is located on the doorstep of one of the world’s best marine energy resources and is a dynamic worksite where marine energy companies can come together and share space, facilities and knowledge to unlock the sector’s full potential.

The hub is located within the Marine Energy Wales offices in Pembroke Dock, overlooking the Milford Haven Waterway and is owned by the Port of Milford Haven. Established in May 2016, there has already been interest from many companies and MarineSpace became the first to join.

“MarineSpace has established itself as one of the leading companies in Wales providing development and consenting support to the marine energy sector, with key clients including Mentor Mon, Wave Hub Limited and Tidal Energy Limited. Having an office in Pembrokeshire has been a key part of that success so we are delighted to have moved into the new Marine Energy Hub. We see it as a great opportunity for us to work even more closely with developers and other organisations involved in marine energy to help push the sector forward.”

Jonny Lewis, Director, MarineSpace

If you are interested in joining the Marine Energy Hub, please get in touch.

Marine Centre Wales

Marine Centre Wales is a new centre for innovation in applied marine science that has been developed during the SEACAMS project. Situated on the shore of the Menai Strait, it is a new national resource for Wales to meet the need for integration of research, commerce, and policy in the marine sector. 

The Centre has been designed to facilitate interactions between researchers undertaking blue skies research, businesses requiring answers to specific and pressing research questions, and policy makers working on rapidly evolving legislation. It provides businesses with access to expertise (in data gathering and numerical modelling) and facilities (e.g. high performance computing, laboratories and research vessels).

To find out more about Marine Centre Wales, please visit their website