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Students on Severn Wye Energy Agency’s ‘Sustainable Energy Management at Schools’ (email@example.com) project have recently completed work placements with a range of local sustainability-related organisations. Sem@schools is a European project funded by the Erasmus+ programme, involving 9 Partners fro...
On Thursday 8th June, children from nine Gloucestershire schools came together for a day of ‘Fun in the Forest’ at Westonbirt Arboretum. Even the poor weather couldn’t dampen spirits as the children took part in a range of exciting activities learning about the natural environment and what they can ...
On Monday 5th June we held the final Round Table meeting for the sem@schools project. School Energy Management at Schools is a sustainable energy project for secondary schools. The project aims to develop student knowledge and skills in relation to energy efficiency and renewable energy whilst supp...
Severn Wye have secured funding to help 300 businesses in Gloucestershire install energy efficiency measures.
A new partnership has been set up between Macmillan Cancer Care, NEST Wales and Severn Wye Energy Agency, to help local householders in North Wales.
On Wednesday 8th February we held our first Round Table meeting for the sem@schools project.
We are pleased to announce Warm and Well will be attending the increasingly growing Regeneration Repair Café on the 4th February 2017 to offer free impartial energy advice to all those in attendance at our advice table.
Results from our WeatherEnergy project show just how impressive Scottish wind turbines really are, recording spectacular generation over the Christmas holidays.
'Fun in the Forest' is a day of environmental activities providing children from urban and economically deprived areas with opportunities to engage with nature.
The students represented different countries, as they negotiated and bargained with other countries in an attempt to move the world forward in its fight against climate change.