TrydaNi was formed by a core group of community energy and sustainable development organisations representing a wide geographical spread in Wales.
We hold assets generating giga-watts of clean electricity every year in Wales.
From hydro-electric schemes in Abergwyngregyn and Snowdonia..
..Solar projects in Monmouthshire and Swansea..
..To wind turbines in West Wales and the Valleys
Thousands of members have invested tens of millions of pounds in these projects, and the profits come back into the Welsh economy.
We want to be part of the change and many of us are early adopters of EVs.
A glance at the public EV charging network in Scotland showed what could be achieved and we have been encouraging the public sector in Wales to come together to develop a viable network of publicly-owned charge points across Wales. But it hasn’t materialised and Wales now lags well behind the rest of the UK.
We continue to push for more action to reduce carbon emissions and keep our energy resources local, including the transfer to low carbon transport.
We understand the communities we live in..
..and what the needs are in terms of charging infrastructure.