The organisation leading this challenge is the Low/Zero Carbon Hub Wales.
The CEW Waste Programme, the clubs, demonstration projects and exemplars will all feed into our sustainability work and serve to support the Wales Low/Zero Carbon Hub.
CEW's involvement as WAG's lead on construction and demolition waste and the administration centre for the Low/Zero Carbon
Hub should significantly minimise the risk of this potential divergence actually happening.
CEW's involvement as WAG's lead on construction and demolition waste and the administration centre for the low/zero carbon
hub, should significantly minimise the risk of this potential divergence actually happening.
Its commitment to the surrounding community and carbon reduction was what made the judges choose it as a winner of the low/zero carbon
category at the CEW Awards.
THE Centre for Research in the Built Environment (CRiBE) at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University is undertaking a European-funded project, part of the Welsh Assembly Government's Academia for Business (A4B) programme, to equip the Welsh construction industry with the best research-based knowledge and skills on designing, costing and delivering low/zero carbon
buildings and achieving WAG targets for reductions in CO2 emissions.
The Fforest Wall is creating great interest within the construction industry generating a great number of enquiries and represents a step toward the Wales Low/Zero Carbon
Hub Welsh Assembly Government construction targets for 2011.
At the heart of efforts to deliver this agenda is the Wales Low/Zero Carbon
Glyndwe r University in Wrexham is leading in solar photovoltaics, the University of Glamorgan in hydrogen energy, Swansea in marine energy, Aberystwyth in bioenergy, and Cardiff in the low/zero carbon
built environment and large scale power generation.