Grangetown Nursery School and the BGS are trialling an exciting new renewable energy project. They've installed a ground source heat pump to remove heat from the water below the city. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHQwdB6HvRc&feature=youtu.be23rd September 2016
Cardiff Council are proud to announce the official opening of a 400KW Hydroelectric Power station at Radyr Weir, Cardiff. As part of the Council's Energy Strategy, this plant will provide a significant income and sustainable energy for many years!8th August 2016
During the Spring Term, Eco teams from Radyr Primary and Bryn Deri Primary experienced a guided tour of the newly built HydroElectric Power station at Radyr Weir. This was a valuable insight into the future of Renewable electricity generation.3rd August 2016
Lisvane Primary took the spoils in the 10 Day Turn Down Competition of 2015. 25 Cardiff schools took part to see who could save the most electricity over a fortnight. GlanYrAfon took second and St Bernadettes took third. Lisvane saved a whopping 15%6th July 2016
The Eco Team at Cardiff High School have been creating scientific reports using the Carbon Culture website. The school installed a new LED lighting scheme in October 2015, they showed that electricity use in Nov / Dec had dropped by a massive 25%!6th July 2016
Pupils from Radyr Primary School danced their way to success in the action-packed Welsh final of the Generation Green competition, sponsored by British Gas.15th September 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
This 18th of June as part of 'One Planet Cardiff' eco-teams from 22 Cardiff Primary Schools took part in a range of fun, eco-workshops with council “not-so-celebrities” and our very own Pedal Powered Emporium of Games!18th June 2015
Congratulations to Whitchurch Primary, who recently achieved their Platinum Eco-School Award! By replacing their old lighting system with LED’s they will save about £4,000 a year. This scheme will be bringing amazing energy savings of almost 68%!18th June 2015, Reposted 1 time
Thornhill Primary is going solar! They recently installed solar panels on their roof to provide all the energy needed to power 20 computers in their IT suite. Congratulations on that great achievement!18th June 2015, Reposted 2 times
One Planet Cardiff is very pleased to be bringing the UK Green Film Festival 2015 to the One Planet Cardiff Festival on Sunday 16th June. Go to www.chapter.org/season/uk-green-film-festival-one-planet-cardiff to find out more!22nd May 2015
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