The Celtic Freeport will accelerate the low-carbon economy in Wales’ industrial heartland.

Our vision is to create a green investment and innovation corridor to help drive major inward investment, future skills development and national decarbonisation.

The Freeport will support new manufacturing facilities and major port infrastructure upgrades to support the roll-out of floating offshore wind (FLOW) in the Celtic Sea.

It will also provide the backbone for a cleaner future based on the hydrogen economy, sustainable fuels, carbon capture and storage, cleaner steel and low-carbon logistics.

“Our vision is to create a green investment corridor to help drive major inward investment, future skills development and national decarbonisation. As we develop our global development platform, we need a leader to champion new partnerships to bring this vision for change to reality,

Roger Maggs MBE

Chair of Celtic Freeport

The Celtic Freeport partners


Milford Haven & Port Talbot

The Celtic Freeport covers the ports of Milford Haven and Port Talbot and spans clean energy developments and innovation assets, fuel terminals, a power station, heavy engineering and the steel industry across South-West Wales.


Nearly 600 hectares connected to two deep-water ports, at the heart of Wales’ industrial landscape, primed by an investment incentives package.


Wales’ best-connected industrial zone offering strong connectivity, from rail, road and sea to transmission and fuel pipelines.

Skills and innovation

A substantial local legacy fund providing opportunities to upskill and re-skill the existing workforce as well as training for young people, alongside an innovation network bringing together academics, businesses and centres of excellence.


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News & Events

Welsh Government ministers and leadership candidates, Vaughan Gething MS and Jeremy Miles MS, outlined their support for the vision behind the Celtic Freeport, as part of Wales’ just transition to...

Over 150 guests from across the business, banks and the developer community and the UK and Welsh Governments joined Anglesey Freeport and the Celtic Freeport at an evening reception –...