Pencoed Comprehensive Year 10/11 Visit Parc Stormy

Cenin Renewables were thrilled to host a site tour for Year 10 and 11 of Pencoed Comprehensive School in October. Pupils got to explore our energy positive SOLCER House, go inside an operating 1.5MW wind turbine, walk through our...

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South Wales Police Trial EV Vehicle

Cenin Renewables is pleased to be part of a trial with South Wales Police to investigate the feasibility of EV vehicles within their fleet. The electricity used to charge this vehicle comes from 100% renewable sources generated on site...

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Solar PV to be installed at Cardiff Airport

A joint agreement between Cardiff Airport and Cenin Renewables will see the installation of a brand new Solar PV Farm on the airport site in the near future. The construction of the 2MW solar site is set to be completed...

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Remembrance Service at Parc Stormy, 09/11/19

It was really humbling to see so many veterans turn out on a very wet morning to remember their friends and comrades that gave up their tomorrow for our today. We can learn from the past and from these brave...

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Year 6, Ysgol Mynydd Bychan visit Parc Stormy

Cenin renewables were delighted to host a visit from Year 6 of Ysgol Mynydd Bychan, Cathays, Cardiff.  Pupils asked many intelligent and thoughtful questions about renewable energy technology, energy-positive housing, future e-vehicle transport, wind turbines, solar panels, and anaerobic...

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Welsh Assembly back climate emergency vote

Following climate change protests around the world, Assembly members voted to declare a "climate emergency" on Wednesday, with opposition AMs demanding action on the environment from ministers. The Assembly is the first parliament in the world to vote to declare...

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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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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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