Author: gweinyddwr

  • Our annual report

    Our annual report

    We have the pleasure of publishing our annual report for 2021/22. We launched the report during Wales Climate Week; the session was introduced by David Clubb and led by Ella Saltmarshe, a ‘long time’ practitioner. The video accompanying the launch is below.

  • Who’s breaking down the digital barriers in Wales?

    Who’s breaking down the digital barriers in Wales?

    The first report produced by the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales (NICW) was published in December 2020. It examined Digital Communications Infrastructure in Wales and made 14 recommendations to the Welsh Government. Welsh Government has since responded to the report and has recently published the results of actions on one of our recommendations; namely, to […]

  • Biodiversity; the missing urban link

    Biodiversity; the missing urban link

    Introduction The ‘deep dive’ programme instigated by Julie James MS, Minister for Climate Change in Wales has generated considerable energy and enthusiasm for a range of environment-related topics since being kicked off last year. The renewable energy deep dive was followed by one on timber and trees. The idea of intense, topic-related areas of focus […]

  • Commission begins research into renewable energy infrastructure challenges

    Commission begins research into renewable energy infrastructure challenges

    Delivering renewable energy in a fair, just and collaborative way is the focus of research which the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales (NICW) is announcing today. NICW was established in 2018 as a non-statutory body to advise and make recommendations to Welsh Ministers on Wales’ economic and environmental infrastructure needs over the next five to […]

  • ‘Dynamic, diverse and refreshed’ members to take the National Infrastructure Commission forward

    ‘Dynamic, diverse and refreshed’ members to take the National Infrastructure Commission forward

    Following the appointment of David Clubb as chair of the commission, Jennifer Baxter has been appointed the deputy chair and is joined by six new commissioners: Helen Armstrong Stephen Brooks Aleena Khan Eluned Parrott Eurgain Powell Nick Tune Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters said: Following extensive interest in these positions, I am sure […]

  • Applications for NICW Commissioner now open

    Applications for NICW Commissioner now open

    Infrastructure surrounds us, from the moment we wake up until the moment we sleep, and from the cradle to the grave. Most of the time we’re not aware of it, because it just works. It’s only when it stops working that we’re made painfully aware of just how dependent we are on the stuff of […]

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