Welsh Government Energy Service

The Welsh Government Energy Service supports the public sector and community energy sector in Wales to reduce carbon emissions and to generate local economic benefits.

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Aerial drone view of solar panels at a solar energy generation farm at Sunset in South Wales, UK

The Welsh Government Energy Service is a four year programme (2018-2022) funded by the Welsh Government, providing free support to public sector organisations and community groups to help them progress their energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. The programme supports the Welsh Government’s target for a carbon neutral public sector and 1GW of locally owned renewable energy in Wales by 2030.

We run the Welsh Government Energy Service in partnership with the Energy Saving Trust, supported by Local Partnerships and other consortium members. In the first two years of the programme we have helped to secure £70 million of investment into energy efficiency and renewable energy installations across Wales.

What we do

Energy efficiency and renewable energy projects: we provide technical, commercial and procurement support to help develop the business case and secure finance for large scale energy efficiency or renewable projects. We support public bodies and community groups from the project concept stage through to completion.

Low carbon vehicles: we offer analysis and advice to accelerate the transition to low emissions vehicles and electric vehicle charging infrastructure for public bodies.

Regional energy planning: we work with stakeholders in North Wales, Mid Wales, the Swansea Bay City Region and the Cardiff Capital Region to develop and implement long term regional energy strategies, promoting transformative, green economic growth.

Programme management: we are responsible for coordinating, delivering and reporting on the multi-million pound programme on behalf of the Welsh Government.

 

For further information visit the Welsh Government Energy Service.

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Email: enquiries@energyservice.wales

 

Annual reports

Year 1, 2018-2019

Year 2, 2019-2020