Pil Primary School Visit Parc Stormy

On the 16th March 2018, Pil (Pyle) Primary School's year 5 visited Parc Stormy to learn more about Renewable Energy. They had a science week in school so the visit to see us brought what they learned in class...

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OFGEM visit Parc Stormy

The Cenin Renewables team were very pleased to host a visit from The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM) on the 14th March 2018. We demonstrated how a cluster of renewable energy technologies can function together to provide a stable...

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The Impacts of the Extreme Cold Weather

Blizzards, strong winds, drifting snow and bitter cold caused major disruption as the weather system nicknamed the “Beast from the East” combined with storm Emma to create some of the most testing weather experienced in the UK for years. The...

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Innovate Trust visits Parc Stormy

The Innovate Trust brought an adult group with learning difficulties to Parc Stormy to find out more about renewable energy. Several individuals commented on how nice the house was inside, how much they liked the solar roof which lets the...

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Kiwi Power opens 4MW battery at Parc Stormy

On February 1st 2018, Kiwi Power, a UK demand response and energy resource aggregation company, unveiled its largest behind the meter battery to date with the completion of the 4MW / 4.8MWh Tesla battery at Parc Stormy. The battery took three months...

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Alderman Davies CIW Primary School visit Parc Stormy

Sixty pupils from the Alderman Davies Primary School visited Parc Stormy on Tuesday the 13th of February.  They were inspired by the renewable energy projects on site and were enthusiastic about the concept of the energy positive Solcer House. We have...

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A positive impact on the natural environment.

We are delighted to have been working with Glyn Sebburn to enhance the natural environment inside Home Farm solar park.  We now have a flock of fifty ewes happily grazing under and around the panels and are delighted that...

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Closing the clean power gap

A fascinating presentation by the Green Alliance about the economic value of deploying low carbon energy production, versus nuclear and gas. The need is clear for policy that supports low carbon power as it is now by far the best value option. "Offshore wind can deliver almost...

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