There's always plenty going on at Severn Wye - here's our latest news.
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Students from Beaufort Co-operative Academy in Gloucester recently impressed their governors by formally presenting to them in the role of professional energy consultants, outlining what they would like to see done to improve the energy efficiency of their school.
Life is going to be sweeter and warmer for South Gloucestershire resident after a £4,500 grant to install a central heating system into her Park Home.
Our West of England Your Green Future event returned this May to hold its fifth event in the region engaging hundreds of students with a low carbon economy.
With the backing of Stroud District Council, Severn Wye are looking for 6 businesses in the Stroud District who would be interested in participating in a new pilot energy saving initiative.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have identified that many UK households could be spending £200 more a year on their fuel bills than they need to. Our energy champions are helping people switch.
Householders, businesses and community groups in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire are being encouraged to visit the new 'Link to Energy' website that links people planning energy efficiency improvements with local installers.
Households in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire could save an average of over £400 per year through our free, home visit service.
Severn Wye Energy Agency, and partners Cyprus Energy Agency and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, have published the results of a three year action research project to develop a practical delivery model for community scale retrofit of homes.
The Countdown to Low Homes project is drawing to a close, and the research report is to be published in the next few weeks. The executive summary of the Countdown to Low Carbon Homes research report is now available on the project website.
In order to do this, Severn Wye has recently been working with the Welsh Language Commissioner in order to produce what is known as a Welsh Language Scheme. The scheme would replace the organisation's current Welsh Language Policy and meets one of our core values - the need to be inclusive. A draf...