Sustainable Severn

As the Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary become the focus for new energy including tidal lagoons and Hinckley C, the estuary is entering a period of radical change.

Building on the themes from the previous two forums of energy, environment and economy, this conference will consider how we can deliver new energy projects in balance with the environment and the economy.

Sustainable Severn Forum 2017

27th April 2017
9.30am - 4.30pm at Cardiff University
Cost: £50 +VAT

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Read more about the Outcomes from the 2015 Event and Next Steps and view the 2015 Conference Event Reports ›

“It’s good to see businesses, the renewable energy sector and environmentalists all working together to explore genuinely sustainable options for harnessing the power of the Severn Estuary. I look forward to hearing about the developments from the conference.” Greg Barker - Energy and Climate Change Minister
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