Awel Aman Tawe – Taith Co-op

About the Company

Awel Aman Tawe (AAT) works on a number of projects including renewable energy, sustainable transport, energy efficiency, arts and education. AAT has a growing team of 4 full time and 5 part time staff. We have won a number of awards for our work including UK Environmental Organisation of the Year in the 2019 Social Enterprise Awards. We have developed two co-operatives with over 1500 members, raising over £15m from community shares and bank finance to build them. AAT provides management and administration to both:

Awel Co-op /Awel y Gwrhyd CIC, which owns a two-turbine 4.7MW wind scheme on the Gwrhyd mountain above Pontardawe
Egni Co-op which owns 4.5MWp of rooftop solar PV on schools, businesses and community buildings across Wales. It is the largest rooftop solar co-op in the UK.
AAT is also currently developing Hwb y Gors – a new zero carbon enterprise, arts and education centre at the former primary school in Cwmgors.

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