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Getting off oil… down to the knitty gritty. Ground source heat pumps in some farms (with moles)

The NT in Wales are in the final stretch in terms of getting off oil on its heating in its in-hand buildings across Wales but we still have with a couple of years to go (as ever this is another blog) But … Continue reading

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An Old Norse sea serpent and a low carbon cottage

It was one of those “I have a nice job” moments again. I was on the Pen y Gogarth or the Great Orme as its also called towering above Llandudno. Or to be specific Park Farm on the great Orme. … Continue reading

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Looking over the hedge. How do other estates manage renewables?

It’s always good to learn. Paul, Nick, Garry and myself spent Friday afternoon being shown around the Rhyg estate near Corwen. Always good going to places with renewables and good coffee. Overall I was impressed with the business approach to … Continue reading

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