Visit Parc Stormy

Visit Parc Stormy

Come to visit Parc Stormy: a working energy park.

We welcome all to visit our site and learn about renewable energy generation.

Please note: this is an industrial site, we can host escorted visits only so please contact us in advance to book a time for one of our staff members to show you around.

Please wear suitable footwear and a warm winter jacket during the colder months for the site tour. A typical tour is as follows:

  • SOLCER House tour: 20 mins
  • Parc Stormy presentation: 15 mins
  • Solar panels tour: 5 mins
  • Wind turbine tour: 15 mins
  • History boards: 5 mins
  • Cement laboratories: 10 mins
  • Anaerobic Digestion Plant tour: 20 mins

Full tour: approximately 1.5 hours.

Who to contact:

Tel: 01656 760 550

This is an ACTIVE WORKING SITE: we can only accept pre-booked visits.


We can offer visitors:

  • Conference room (10 person seated capacity) equipped with projector and wifi
  • A kitchen and two bathrooms
  • Close location to M4 and A48
  • Ample parking for cars, buses and coaches.
  • E-Charging bay
  • Caterer available: Cath 07929 469 224

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For club groups, such as the cub group or WI pictured, we can offer a tour of the Solcer House and a walking tour of the renewable energy cluster at Parc Stormy including the solar farm, wind turbine, AD plant and cement labs.

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Possible schools

School groups can integrate their classroom projects with practical visits to the site, focusing on energy positive housing, solar panels, wind turbines, anaerobic digestion, or our cement laboratory containing XRD and XRF machines for analysing compounds. Photos above and below: Pencoed Comprehensive School.

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Government visits are most welcome to showcase Wales’s very own renewable energy cluster. Photo: Carwyn Jones, First Minister of Wales.


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University groups are welcome, students can get a practical sense off how renewables work in an integrated site. Classroom projects can be intergrated with a tour of the technology on site. Photo: Cardiff University Architectural Engineering undergraduates.

Cardiff School of Engineering - Architectural Engineers

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