Our first “Talks & Networking” evening

Our first “Talks & Networking” evening

We were really excited to have our very first Eco Dewi "Talks & Networking" evening on Thursday 5th March in The Meadow cafe in St. David's. Not knowing how popular the event would be, it was great to see about 30 people attend, young & old, and there was a real buzz in the room as people mingled, got to know each other, shared ideas and listened to our guest speakers. Geraint Michael, LEAF Project Officer, explaining what EcoDewi is all about! Our first talk was by Ant Rogers, the Biodiversity Implementation Officer…continue reading →
Capacity Building Day

Capacity Building Day

On Monday 7th October, Eco Dewi was invited to send representatives to attend a Capacity Building Day at Pembrokeshire County Hall, organised by LEAF; Local Energy Action Force, a Community Energy Pembrokeshire project. As well as members of the St. David's project, there were individuals and project officers from sister LEAF projects in Tiers Cross and Tavernspite to name a couple. The event was led by the fantastic Ben Ferguson, the Welsh Government Energy Service Development Manager. Ben from the Welsh Government Energy Service takes local energy very seriously! The day was a…continue reading →
Cambrian Offshore Ltd: New Owners of Ramsey Sound Tidal Energy Assets

Cambrian Offshore Ltd: New Owners of Ramsey Sound Tidal Energy Assets

St David’s Peninsula Local Energy Action Group – now renamed EcoDewi has been finding its feet over the last few months, but the project is already bearing fruit, proving to be an excellent platform for our engagement as a community with the various parts of the Energy Sector.  We’ve successfully made contact with Cambrian Offshore Ltd: the Company that has purchased the former assets Tidal Energy Limited in Ramsey Sound.  Sue Barr, the CEO was kind enough to meet with St. David's Local Energy officer, Geraint Michael recently, outlining their intentions for the site.  We’re…continue reading →
October Event: ‘Shaping our Peninsula’s Energy Future’

October Event: ‘Shaping our Peninsula’s Energy Future’

Building on the progress made in previous years by St. David’s EcoCity group, EcoDewi will be holding its first public event on Saturday, October the 26th at Oriel y Parc, 11am-5pm.  It’ll be drop in event with a lot going on, plus some presentations and a Q&A session either side of lunch, which is provided.  Find out what’s happening; make suggestions; share insights; get involved.  There is no charge for the event, and lunch is also provided.  See below for the day's programme. Event Partners: EcoDewiThe LEAF Project (lead partner)Welsh Government Energy ServiceCambrian Offshore Ltd.Pembrokeshire Coastal ForumMarine…continue reading →