Entrepreneur Wales Award 2016

On Wednesday 9th November 2016, the Entrepreneur Wales Awards acknowledged the hard work and inspiring stories of Welsh entrepreneurs and businesses in Wales. Sixteen awards were won by well deserving entrepreneurs, judged by a panel of previous winners Andy Ling,...

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Cenin Renewables wins Outstanding Renewable Energy Project award

On Friday 4th November, the Outstanding Renewable Energy Project award was presented to Cenin Renewables for our work developing Parc Stormy! Martyn Popham receives the Wales Green Energy Award for the most outstanding renewable energy project from Welsh Assembly Member, Carl...

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Cenin Renewables through to finals of Wales Green Energy Awards

Cenin Renewables are very pleased to have made it through as finalists for the Wales Green Energy Awards, submitting the Green Energy Business Cluster at Parc Stormy as our competition entry.

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The Kenfig Society visit Parc Stormy

The Kenfig Society visited Cenin Renewables in August. We actively welcome visits from local groups, clubs, and professionals, and were very pleased to talk to the Kenfig Society about the site and our development ideas for the future. It was...

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NHS Wales visit Parc Stormy

Cenin Renewables were delighted to host NHS Wales's visit to Parc Stormy and the Solcer House. The NHS are interested in incorporating smart energy strategies into their framework and were particularly keen to see how our different renewable energy technologies...

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Royal Town Planning Institute visit Cenin Renewables

  Members of the RTPI from across South Wales visited Parc Stormy to find out more about the site, it's planning process, and our future development plans. Members discussed how the site has made a unique journey from dereliction to...

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Local Women’s Institute Visit Cenin

12th July 2016: Cenin were delighted to host a visit from a local WI group who are interested in Sustainable Development. We shared our experience of building a circular economy. Globally, we currently use around three times more resources than the planet can sustain. We don't...

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Committee on Climate Change visit Cenin

Cenin were very proud to be visited by the Committee on Climate Change on the 8th July 2016. The Committee on Climate Change is an independent, statutory body established under the Climate Change Act 2008. Their purpose is to advise the UK...

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