South Western and South Wales YPN

Welcome to the South Western and South Wales YPN page

The SW&SW branch is collaborating closely with the SW&SW YPN to develop activities across the region, particularly in and around Bristol, Cardiff and Oxford. The branch has also recently created a South West Peninsular group, incorporating places such as Exeter and Falmouth. If you would like to join the committee, please do get in touch. We hope to see you at a local event soon.

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Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email ypnswsw@energyinst.org.

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Events and training

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Publications and documents

Energy Poster Comp Flyer 4

Flyer Template EI SWSW YPN

SWSW South Wales Hub Launch 2

Latest news

Australian government greenlights 660 MW gas power plant

28-05-2021
Australia’s federal government has finalised plans to invest A$600mn ($464mn) in a new 660 MW gas-fired power station in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales (NSW). The funds to build the facility were allocated to the government-owned firm Snowy Hydro Limited in this year’s national budget.T...

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Member profile: Mr Ian Beynon FEI Chartered Energy Manager

13-04-2021
When did you first become interested in energy? I have always been fascinated by natural sciences and sustainability, even as a child. I studied geography and geology at college and then earth science at university where my interest in climatology and environmental change really peaked. I came to th...

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How to create green jobs and cut emissions from UK industry

26-03-2021
The government’s new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy sets out its vision for building a greener future for the manufacturing and construction sector, with measures to create and support 80,000 UK jobs over the next 30 years while cutting emissions by two-thirds in just 15 years.The strategy will...

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National Grid explores plans for UK hydrogen ‘backbone’

18-03-2021
National Grid is exploring the development of a UK hydrogen ‘backbone’, which aims to join together industrial clusters around the country, potentially creating a 2,000 km hydrogen network for the UK by around 2030.Repurposing around 25% of the current gas transmission pipelines, Project Union will ...

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UK government unveils new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy

17-03-2021
Building on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution published last year, the UK government has unveiled a new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy that aims to deliver what is claimed will be the world’s first low carbon industrial sector and over £1bn...

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