Wales’ 100% renewable energy challenge

Policy experts, The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA), have set out an ambitious new plan that Wales could meet 100% of its energy needs from renewable sources by 2035.  They urge the Welsh Government to increase the budget for...

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Cardiff University visit Parc Stormy

Around forty Architecture and Sustainable Design masters students visited Parc Stormy on the 5th February for a guided tour of the Solcer House and the renewable energy infrastructure we have on site. The students were from countries all over...

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Hydrock visit Parc Stormy

Members of Hydrocks' building performance engineering group visited Parc Stormy to have a guided tour of the Solcer House and the rest of the site. They enjoyed getting up close to the wind turbine, learning about the AD process and...

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Friends of the Earth visit Parc Stormy

Cenin Renewables were very pleased to welcome Friends of the Earth to tour the Solcer House and renewable energy cluster at Parc Stormy. While the weather wasn't great their spirits were high. Members of the organisation, who came from...

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Ysgol Mynydd Bychan school, Cardiff: Year 6 visit

On the 7th January 2019, Ysgol Mynydd Bychan School from Cardiff visited Parc Stormy with their Year 6 class. The tour of the site and the Solcer House helped inspire the pupils' for their next class project to design...

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Pencoed Secondary School renewable energy project

On 10th December 2018, Pencoed Secondary School pupils aged 14-16 visited Parc Stormy to learn about renewable energy.  As a result of their visit, the class undertook a project to investigate renewable energy usage in the UK. The pupils...

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Coed Hirwaun Primary School visit Parc Stormy

The Cenin team were very pleased to host a visit from Coed Hirwaun Primary School, years 5 and 6, on Thursday the 13th of September. The pupils are doing science projects at school related to renewable energy. Their site...

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NIC publishes first National Infrastructure Assessment.

Today, July 10th 2018, the first-ever National Infrastructure Assessment for the United Kingdom makes recommendations for how the identified infrastructure needs and priorities of the country should be addressed. Government will be required to formally respond to the recommendations...

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