Baglan Energy Park is the first stage in the regeneration of Baglan Bay.
The Energy Park, totalling around 180 acres, is a private/public sector initiative involving partners, St. Modwen, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council and the Welsh Assembly Government.
Several companies are located on the Baglan Energy Park site including Intertissue, Hi-Lex Cable System Ltd, Remploy Ltd and Montagne Jeunesse with speculative office and industrial premises available to let, and bespoke development opportunities also on offer.
Some of the companies on Baglan Energy Park benefit from General Electric’s combined-cycle gas turbine power plant, which offers more sustainable energy supply and reduced costs to support business operations.
The site is also home to Wales’ first Hydrogen Research and Demonstration Centre, exploring the use of hydrogen as a fuel of the future.
Emerging as one of Wales’ premier business and industrial locations, the Energy Park has already attracted world class investment from a range of companies. This has resulted in the Park securing prestigious accolades including a British Urban Regeneration Award and an Excellence Wales Award for best practice in regeneration.