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Renewable Energy

Experts hold Senedd event to break the “invisible barrier” of energy use Experts hold Senedd event to break the “invisible barrier” of energy use


‘Sense of Energy’ exhibition to engage public in how to live more sustainable lives

Wind turbine Devolution is driving force behind UK renewable energy agenda


Scotland leads the way on renewable energy delivery ahead of Northern Ireland and Wales

Geo-energy technologies boost Geo-energy technologies boost


£1m EU boost for ground-breaking renewable energy project

Generating electricity from sunlight Generating electricity from sunlight


Professor Michael Grätzel discusses advances in solar energy in Distinguished Lecture

Icebergs Climate Change still high on public agenda


New study reveals public’s attitudes towards climate change

Business opportunities in Low Carbon Business opportunities in Low Carbon


Networking event reveals how Welsh industry can benefit from low-carbon economy

A sustainable visit A sustainable visit


Ieuan Wyn Jones AM praises University’s sustainable research

Ed Miliband, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Voyage of discovery


Cardiff research vessel helps Secretary of State inspect Severn Estuary

UKERC Executive Director John Loughhead (seated) and Professor Nick Jenkins (right) with PhD student Ian Moore, discussing his research project on wind turbine power. Leading on sustainable energy


Major award for School of Engineering

Professor Roger Falconer with a model of the Severn Estuary The Barrage over breakfast


Severn Barrage expert addresses business network meeting

Professor Roger Falconer with the School of Engineering’s unique physical model of the Severn Estuary A Severn Barrage or what?


Public forum to debate Severn Tidal Power projects

American Flag Cardiff University goes stateside


University takes sustainability message to Wales Week 2009