Organic Energy Case Studies

Equine specialists jump to a sustainable heating solution
Established over 30 years ago by current owner Ray Owen's grandfather, the renowned trainer Edward Hollister Owen, Tyrnog Liveries at Llandyrnog in North Wales is dedicated to providing top-quality facilities for horses and their owners (see www.northwaleslivery.co.uk).
Solar thermal powered swimming at Cambridge school
The Leys is an independent school in Cambridge, founded in 1875, and today home to 560 pupils aged 11-18, including 250 boarders. Famous alumni include 'the man in the white suit', journalist Martin Bell, and the author James Hilton, who based the main character in his novel 'Goodbye Mr Chips’ on one of his schoolmasters at the Leys, W.H.
Manor house transformed by Ökofen Pellematic wood pellet boiler system
Stokesley Manor, situated on the outskirts of Middlesbrough, was first mentioned in the Domesday Book and is today the site of a 17th century Grade II listed property. Stone built in Georgian style, the Manor was fully renovated in 2009 by the current owner, retired financier Mike Bandeira, and is now home to Mike, his wife and two children. '...
Cambridge home transformed by wood pellet heating makeover
Amy and her husband Andy bought their three bedroomed 1930s semi in Barton on the outskirts of Cambridge 2 years ago, a family home for the couple and their two young daughters. It soon became apparent that the heating system they'd inherited wasn't going to meet the family's needs, as Amy explains;
Levens Hall, Cumbria
Originally built more than 700 years ago, Levens Hall is an historic building which has seen many changes throughout its life. It has undergone rebuilding and extensions on a grand scale and had improvements made which have included running water, electricity and sanitation. The Hall is the ancestral home of the Bagot family and was reliant on...
Nant Mill
Nant Mill Country Park is one of seven country parks managed by Wrexham County Borough Council. The park’s visitor centre, a converted mill dating from 1832 houses the shop and children’s activities and is the ideal starting point for numerous walks. The Council saw the opportunity to expand the centre’s facilities with the conversion of a disused...
Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant Primary School
Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant Primary School is a newly-built primary school on the edge of the village, located 12 miles west of Oswestry on the Welsh border. The £3.9 million project is part of Powys County Council’s School Modernisation Programme and saw the entire school move from its former Victorian buildings to the purpose built facility aimed at...

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