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So, how is home-schooling going then?!
Severn Wye are following the advice of the UK Government as the country responds to the coronavirus pandemic; prioritising the health and welfare of our clients and staff and continuing to deliver services as fully as possible during this time.
Dermot Nolan comes to Gloucestershire to meet the Energy Advocate making sure residents aren’t left out in the cold
RE-DIRECT hosted its final conference - Biochar and Biomass Resource use for Resilient Rural Communities, on the 11th September 2019 at Ffarm Moelyci, Bangor, north Wales. There was an exciting programme of speakers, demonstrations and workshops.
Smart Use of Biomass for Alternative Carbon Products
The West of England Combined Authority are offering 40% funding towards small-scale renewable energy generation
The conference outlined the development of the RE-DIRECT approach to marginal biomass use and the Eigenbetrieb Umwelttechnik of Baden Baden’s vision to utilise biomass from the municipality to be converted into biochar and activated carbon for use in the waste water treatment process.
SGS College students learn to recognise the signs of fuel poverty, in a new initiative from the Build to Low Carbon Action Plan
With CSE's release of the GFirstLEP Gloucestershire Energy Strategy, one small step on the BUILD2LC action plan may mean one giant leap for the county's future.
Severn Wye’s Rob Hargraves is honoured amongst the nation’s foremost champions in the fight to alleviate fuel poverty, at the NEA’s annual Heat Heroes event at the House of Commons
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