Low Carbon Opportunities

M-SParc is a key part of the low carbon focus of North Wales, linking to exciting developments taking place on the 'Energy Island' of Anglesey. We are the buzz at the centre of this hive of activity, placing ourselves and our tenant companies at the heart of new and exciting developments. There is a chance to create a world leading cluster of low carbon energy companies, and provide links to companies within the supply chain. The recently announced Nuclear Research Institute based at Bangor University brings world leading capacity in nuclear engineering to the region for the first time ever. We can develop collaborations and the opportunity to rub shoulders with project such as the following:

Wylfa Newydd

Wylfa Newydd (New Wylfa) is the development of a new Advanced Boiling Water Reactor nuclear plant based on Anglesey. It is ideally situated for low carbon nuclear power production. It will bring significant investment to the region, and M-SParc will provide a home for many of the supply-chain companies who move to the region because of this development. Further information can be found here.

Boiling Water Reactor Research Network

The BWR Research Hub and Network, based at Bangor University as a joint venture with Imperial College London, has been established to assist the UK research and industrial communities to embrace Boiling Water Reactor technology and participate in creating the next generation of these reactors. Find out more.

Morlais Marine Energy

Morlais was established by Menter Môn following its appointment as the Manager for the West Anglesey Demonstration Zone by The Crown Estate. This project allows comapnies in the low carbon marine energy sector to come to the region and make use of the Demonstration Zone. M-SParc can tap into this by providing high quality offices and meeting rooms for companies who bring their research capacity to the region.


If you are involved in research into recycling materials, clean technology, the wider circular economy or developing energy saving products, M-SParc can link you to the Biocompsites Centre based at Bangor University, which has an excellent reputation for providing support for companies developing products and services in this area.

Gwynt y Môr and Awel y Môr – Offshore Wind Farm

Gwynt y Môr wind farm, off the north Wales coast produces 576MW of renewable energy. An extension to Gwynt y Môr and developed by RWE Renewables, Awel y Môr is a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project. The wind farm will be operational by 2030, and during construction will provide supply chain opportunities for the region. 70% of Wales’s energy consumption will be delivered by renewable energy by 2030.

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