If you love a family day out while staying eco-minded, then why not treat the little ones to a visit to GreenWood Forest Park and go for a spin on their latest ride called SolarSplash?
Anesco has begun to work in conjunction with wildlife charity RSPB to help increase the volumes of wildlife at solar farms across England and Wales.
A scheme backed and supported by the UK’s Department for International Development is set to be the source of much happiness after it was announced it is bringing household solar systems to remote, rural areas of Tanzania.
Solar-powered energy has taken another giant leap forward, this time in Morocco, as it’s been announced that it will host the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant, located at the edge of the Sahara Desert.
Being advocators of a sustainable energy we love to hear of new progresses and advances in solar energy. To some this latest talking point may come from an unlikely source, but if you know film-maker James Cameron for his other passions away from the movie world, you will know this is probably an invention that is set to mean something special is coming.
Dubai-based company Access Infra Africa (AIA) are set to launch what has been hailed as Africa’s largest privately owned solar plant in Uganda this year, which coincides with plans to advance with electricity projects in as many as 17 African countries, mainly focused around renewable energy.
A tourist attraction in North Wales has revealed plans to build a brand new water ride, with the help of a £200,000 grant from the Welsh Government. GreenWood Forest Park, near Caernarfon, is set to welcome the ride to their attraction, along with exciting plans to install a host of solar panels, which will establish 80% of the power needed for the park to run for a whole year.