I spent a Friday morning meeting with businesses at the Baglan Bay Business Innovation Centre in the Energy Park. I met with DeeRTech, who develop opto-electronic sensor devices that will be able to take readings of utility meters.

I also met with Auxilium, a firm of consulting engineers specialising in mechanical, electrical, public health and environmental engineering. They have been working with SPECIFIC, Neath Port Talbot Council and Pobl, to scale up homes as power station, they are piloting this in Neath.

It was great to see local businesses at the cutting edge of new technologies like this.

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