Ministerial Visit

Cenin Renewables were delighted to host a visit to our Parc Stormy site from Claire Perry - Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Alun Cairns - Secretary of State for Wales and Councillor...

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Pencoed Secondary Year 9 Visit Parc Stormy

We were delighted to host a visit from Pencoed Secondary School year 9 pupils on Monday 25th June, 2018. The pupils asked many insightful questions, such as how the SOLCER house could produce enough power to run itself on...

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Renewable Energy Ambition in Wales

“If we take advantage of the opportunities, we can create new businesses and jobs, empower consumers and help people save up to £40bn off their energy bills in the coming decades”  (Ofgem)  In September 2017 the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs announced new, ambitious targets...

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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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