Organic Energy News

A Year is a Long Time in Environmental Politics
They say a week is a long time in politics. Well how about a year? This week sees the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP22 meeting in Marrakech.
Experts Give Tips to Reduce Carbon Footprint
We found 11 people from around the world who share our passion and commitment to the environment and asked for their top tips to reduce Co2 emissions.
Businesses urged to use new loan scheme to become more energy efficient
Businesses in Wales are being urged to take advantage of an interest free loan scheme to help them become more energy efficient.
Jobs could be at risk if sector support is slashed
Hundreds of jobs could be at risk if support and subsidies for the renewable energy sector are slashed without proper consideration of the impact on the fast-growing sector. That's the view of green energy pioneer Andy Boroughs, who has voiced his concerns at a number of recent environmental policy announcements from the Government.
Surge in popularity for green boilers leads to boost for Welshpool firm
The UK is now the third largest market in Europe for a leading edge brand of wood pellet boiler – thanks to a Welsh renewable energy company. Herbert Ortner, founder of Austrian biomass boiler giant ÖkoFEN, recently visited the Welshpool headquarters of Organic Energy following another year of record-breaking sales by the team.
Rural arts flame burns bright in deal with wood pellet boiler pioneer
A pioneering renewable energy company is breaking yet more boundaries by signing a new deal to help bring the arts to rural communities in Shropshire, Mid Wales and beyond. Organic Energy, which is based in Welshpool, is launching a two year partnership with south Shropshire based Arts Alive from July 1.