Welsh Government News Updates 29th July 2022
Welsh Government Fuel support scheme extended to more than 400,000 low-income households after £90m investment
More than 400,000 low-income households in Wales will be eligible to benefit from a £200 payment to help keep their homes warm this autumn and winter.
Representatives from local government, farming unions, the building industry, water companies, regulators and environmental agencies, together with food producers attended the meeting on the Royal Welsh Agricultural Showground in Builth Wells.
Administered by the Welsh Government as part of Ford’s legacy in Wales, the Low Carbon Vehicle Transformation Fund was established to help address strategic technical challenges associated with low-carbon vehicles.
A Welsh Government-backed campaign has supported more than 100 people to secure employment in the Welsh food and drink sector during its three-month pilot.
Baglan based Crossflow Energy’s revolutionary mast incorporates a wind turbine, solar panels, and on site battery storage.
Construction work on a new active travel route for the strategic employment site at Brocastle in Bridgend has started, thanks to a £2 million investment by the Welsh Government.