Apollo at Future Energy Wales 2023: Driving Renewable Growth

Renewable energy has been a topic of increasing importance as we strive to transition to a sustainable future. Apollo’s Jonathan White and Andrew Glass are set to attend Renewable UK’s Future Energy Wales 2023 event on 6-7 November 2023 at ICC Wales. This two-day event promises to provide a roadmap for Wales’ renewable landscape and the challenges and opportunities it faces in the coming years. Visit us on stand 32 and put a date in the diary for the following:

📛 Andrew Glass, Regional Director
🔊 Panel discussion ”The Road to Industrialisation”
🗓️ Tuesday 7th November
🕓 13:30-14:30
📍 Stream B – Meeting Room 2

About Future Energy Wales

Future Energy Wales 2023 is a prestigious two-day event hosted by Renewable UK, dedicated to shaping the future of renewable energy in Wales. This annual gathering brings together industry professionals, policymakers, innovators, and thought leaders to chart a course for Wales’ renewable energy landscape. The event provides a platform for critical discussions, knowledge exchange, and collaboration, all aimed at advancing renewable energy in Wales.

The Welsh Government's Ambitious Goals

One of the key driving forces behind Future Energy Wales is the ambitious commitment of the Welsh Government. The government has formally adopted a target to source 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2035. This goal is both an imperative and a promise to the people of Wales, setting the stage for a monumental shift towards cleaner, more sustainable energy sources.

Offshore Substation Concept Development

Client: Pembrokeshire Demonstration Zone (PDZ)

As part of the development of the PDZ, Apollo was contracted to provide engineering services to assess the feasibility and concept of installing a MOSS in a defined area to accommodate varying input devices/ voltages along with export considerations to a point of connection onshore.

Apollo undertook:

  • Engineering design of a substation with an assumed future demand rather than working within the parameters of known demand and export profiles
  • Modeling various input scenarios and export options
  • Incorporation of various OPEX scenarios
  • Assessment of local infrastructure
  • All preparation to proceed into FEED

Read our case study here.