Re-energising Wales: Factors influencing local and community engagement in renewable energy in Wales

Factors influencing local and community engagement in renewable energy in Wales is the second Re-energising Wales report exploring local and community energy in Wales.   This report shares qualitative research and analysis undertaken through interviews with local and community organisations across Wales to capture their experiences of developing renewable energy projects in Wales. You can […]

Re-energising Wales

  By moving to 100% renewables in Wales we can increase energy security, reduce fuel poverty and tackle climate change     Our Re-energising Wales project has created a practical plan for Wales to move to 100% renewable energy by 2035. We’ve brought together leading thinkers from industry, academia, government and local communities to find […]

Re-energising Wales: A plan for Wales’ renewable energy future. Essential actions to re-energise Wales by 2035

The Re-energising Wales project A plan for Wales’ renewable energy future: Essential actions to re-energise Wales by 2035 report outlines a 10 point plan for a renewable Wales. Drawing on evidence from previous IWA Re-energising Wales reports, the IWA has identified essential actions that need to be delivered between 2019-2035 if we are to work […]

Re-energising Wales: How to protect, promote and achieve scale in community and local ownership of renewable energy in Wales

The Re-energising Wales project How to protect, promote and achieve scale in community and local ownership of renewable energy in Wales report outlines actions that could protect, promote and achieve scale in community and local ownership of renewable energy in Wales. The IWA commissioned Regen to conduct this research and work with us to prepare a […]

Common Purposes report

The IWA’s Common Purposes project has explored practical steps to ensure the implementation of curriculum reform in Wales is integrated with and supported by the further education, higher education, skills and business communities.   The report makes eight recommendations to help ensure the further education, higher education, skills and business communities are involved during the […]

We’re hiring: Re-energising Wales – community and local ownership of renewable energy schemes

Can you help us deliver a Re-energising Wales paper on community and local ownership of renewable energy schemes?   The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA)  is looking for a proactive organisation or consultant to help deliver a thought-leading Re-energising Wales research paper focusing on community and local ownership of renewable energy schemes in Wales.   […]

Re-energising Wales: ‘The Economic Costs and Benefits of Renewable Energy Transition in Wales’ report

The Re-energising Wales project ‘The Economic Costs and Benefits of Renewable Energy Transition in Wales’ report outlines the economic opportunity that arises from a transition to renewable energy in Wales. The IWA commissioned economic expert Professor Calvin Jones at Cardiff Business School to conduct this research and work with us to prepare a compelling, evidence-based vision […]