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Y Grŵp Strategol Cynghori ar Ganiatadau

Yr Is-Grŵp Cynghori ar Wybodaeth a Thystiolaeth

14 Mehefin 2022


Alice Teague (LlC - Dirprwy Gyfarwyddwr Morol a Physgodfeydd): hwylusydd
Sharon Davies (LlC – Trwyddedu Morol ac Ysgrifenyddiaeth SEAGP)
Morgan Johnson (LlC – Trwyddedu Morol ac Ysgrifenyddiaeth SEAGP)
Ceri Seaton
Kirsten Ramsey (Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru)
Stephen Thompson (Ynni’r Môr Cymru) 
Jennifer Fox (ORJIP)
Kate Smith (Nova Innovation)
James Orme (Morlais)


ICF Consulting
Arbenigwyr Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru


The SEAGP meeting began with a presentation from ICF Consulting, the contractor leading the end-to-end review of marine licensing which was initiated following a series of Recommendations from the Deputy Minister for Climate Change’s deep dive into renewable energy. A key focus for the review will be on the marine renewables sector and how the marine licensing process is applied to novel and complex energy projects. The group participated in a discussion around availability and use of evidence, and challenges with new/innovative projects when applying for a marine license in Wales. The information gathered during, would be fed into the final report which is due to finalise end of Summer 2022.

The second half of the meeting was run as a workshop hosted by Ocean Energy Systems – Environmental on ‘Risk Retirement’. This included a short presentation on the current understanding of risk retirement, data transferability and guidance documents and was followed by a workshop which focused on applying this to underwater noise and changes to benthic and pelagic habitats in Wales.

Dyddiad y cyfarfod nesaf

13 Medi 2022