Wales & West Utilities is a leading infrastructure provider, and provides and maintains the gas network in south Wales and in the south west of England. Wales & West is the headline sponsor for the Sustainable Academy Awards, in recognition of the importance of continual improvement in sustainability to the operations of the gas network.
Welsh Government is proud to sponsor the Outstanding Renewable Energy Project in recognition of the huge resource available in Wales, and the commitment that has been made to generate 70% of electricity consumed in Wales from renewable sources by 2030.
EDF Renewables is part of one of the world’s largest electricity companies. With our 34 wind farms we are providing some of the much needed new affordable, low carbon electricity the UK needs. We are expanding our development activities in Wales and aim to be a key stakeholder driving forward Welsh Government’s low carbon renewable energy targets.
Sustainable business models help organisations produce tangible economic, environmental and social benefits, and also to build long-term business success.
At Arup, we aspire to have a positive influence on the world, so sustainability is at the heart of our work. We believe that delivering sustainable outcomes for both current stakeholders and future generations will make our business stronger in the long run.
The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales represents 60 of Wales’ largest and smallest civil engineering contracting businesses with a cumulative annual turnover in excess of £1bn and employing over 6,000 people. These businesses play a huge part in supporting communities across Wales and make a significant contribution to the economic prosperity of our nation. Our members are also major providers of training and apprenticeship opportunities.
On a more fundamental level it is our members who will build the infrastructure that our nation needs to prosper.
innogy Renewables UK is Wales’ largest renewable energy operator. Put together, the onshore, offshore and hydro projects innogy operates produce enough electricity to generate one third of all of Wales’s renewable electricity and meet the equivalent needs of more than 550,000 homes. That’s almost half the households in Wales or enough energy to power the households in both Cardiff and Swansea twice over.
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is a not-for-profit company. It does not have shareholders, and any financial surpluses are reinvested in the business for the benefit of customers. Welsh Water is responsible for providing over three million people with a safe and reliable supply of drinking water and for taking away, treating and properly disposing of the wastewater that is produced. It is the 4th largest company in Wales.