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Energy Island

The Anglesey Energy Island™ Programme is a collective effort between several stakeholders within the public and private sector working in partnership to put Anglesey at the forefront of energy research and development, production and servicing, bringing with it potentially huge economic rewards.

The Energy Island Programme could contribute nearly £25 billion to the Anglesey and North Wales economy over the next 15 years. It undoubtedly offers a once in a generation opportunity to give the economy a tremendous boost and this must be collectively grasped.

The programme will be a vehicle for employment growth and development opportunities.

Harnessing a rich mix of energy streams, including nuclear, wind, tidal, biomass and solar; together with associated servicing projects provides major potential to achieve economic, social and environmental gains for Anglesey and the wider North Wales region.

The Energy Island Programme is more than the energy industry and runs through all aspects of life for Anglesey and North Wales communities for example transport links and housing; tourism and leisure facilities to serve local people and visitors.

Together we can build a sustainable future for Anglesey and North Wales

Contact Energy Island Team

Anglesey Business Centre
Bryn Cefni Business Park
Llangefni
Isle of Anglesey
LL77 7XA
Tel: 01248 752431 / 2435
Fax: 01248 752192
Email: econdev@anglesey.gov.uk

Japan Learning Visit (June 2014)

Horizon Nuclear Power and Hitachi invited a delegation, which included local politicians and senior officers from public sector organisations in Wales, as part of a learning visit to Japan.

"Opportunity North Wales"Video

A film commissioned by the North Wales Economic Ambition Board.

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