OPS Wind in Llandudno part of Green Revolution in North Wales

AFTER visiting OPS Wind, Llandudno, Janet Finch-Saunders, Aberconwy MS and shadow minister for climate change, has praised the role it is playing in delivering green jobs for North Wales.

Since being established in 2010, OPS has grown from having started in Liverpool to also having a bespoke training centre, and offices in Grimsby and Llandudno.

Last year, the company had more than 100 technicians deployed on projects across the UK, Europe, Scandinavia and Africa.

It is now looking to expand further, and have courses on offer such as wind farm safety and maintenance, and specialist painting and blasting.


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Mrs Finch-Saunders said: “I would like to thank OPS Wind for their investment in the community and people of Aberconwy.

“Alongside creating important jobs in the green sector, they are to be applauded for the selfless steps they are taking to back the town, such as by sponsoring Llandudno FC!

“With a nation-wide goal of achieving Net Zero 2050, it is vital that we have a green revolution here in North Wales, and see the creation of green jobs.

“OPS Wind is evidence that a green revolution is taking place and delivering invaluable opportunities for residents of Aberconwy.”

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno