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INDUSTRY SHOWCASE


ANGLESEY THE PLACE TO BE


Anglesey in North Wales may be known to many for its tourism, outdoor pursuits and agriculture. However, the focus is shifting and Anglesey is becoming a key destination for businesses focusing on R&D in the marine sector. Three particular projects are supporting this industry


Morlais Marine Energy, established by Menter Môn, has set up the West Anglesey Demonstration Zone. The West Anglesey Demonstration Zone is an area which has been designated by the Crown Estate for the installation, demonstration and commercialisation of tidal stream devices over a lease term of 45 years. The Morlais Zone has a good tidal current resource, good depth range and a unique access route to substantial grid export capacity.


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ACADEMIC EXPERTISE The second project is SEACAMS2, run by Bangor University. SEACAMS2 works to assist the expansion of the commercial marine sector, with a focus on marine renewable energy.


SEACAMS2 is able to draw on a broad range of academic expertise in applied marine sciences with state-of-the-art laboratory and field facilities, including a fleet of research vessels.


Maximising economic impact is important for Morlais and SEACAMS. This is where M-SParc fits in. M-SParc is the first dedicated Science Park in Wales, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bangor University.


M-SParc will provide a natural home for the industry on the island, providing business support to companies in sectors including marine and coastal, helping their businesses grow and develop.


GOOD NEWS Anglesey, along with the rest of North West Wales is continually becoming an island focusing on sustainability, sustainable resource development, and coastal zone management. The resources of the island, including the Demonstration Zone, are being put to use and commercially exploited at an increasing rate. This is good news both for companies already located on the island, and those moving to the area. We look forward to seeing the future of North West Wales in the marine sector and it’s clear it has a big part to play.


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