Working in partnership

We want to excite and enthuse young people and local communities with the huge opportunities that will come from the new floating offshore wind sector. We look forward to sharing a suite of creative engagement activities with you as our projects progress. 

We aim to maximise the benefits of our Môr Glas and Môr Gwyrdd projects for the environment, and people and communities, by working in partnership with organisations across Pembrokeshire and Wales as a whole. We have mapped many stakeholder local organisations with a potential interest in our project and have been working closely with a number of them, including Community Energy Pembrokeshire. We want to empower communities with consultation, decision making and ownership, and intend to have a particular focus on diversity, inclusion and equity and to help support the most vulnerable communities with our targeted approach to delivering benefits.

Two girls working on a lego problem

We’re dedicated to ensuring a strong local legacy for the Môr Glas and Môr Gwyrdd projects. We have already sponsored a number of local schools to take part in the First Lego League Challenge aiming to inspire young children into STEM careers. With many of our development team having learned their STEM skills in Welsh schools, we’re delighted that we’re able to contribute to the next generation of creatives and technical experts. 

We also feel passionately about inspiring young people to learn about the incredible marine life under the Celtic Sea. We are working with Celtic Deep Conservation, a local Community Interest Company, aiming to create ocean advocates of all ages, identities and abilities by connecting people to the ocean and the incredible animals that live there. Over the coming months, Celtic Deep will be working with a number of primary and secondary schools on our behalf. 

Môr Cymru is a joint venture partnership between Hiraeth Energy and Magnora Offshore Wind that aims to maximise the benefits of floating offshore wind to Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿