Is your school looking for new and innovative ways to teach pupils about Climate Change & sustainability?

As part of our continued commitment to the communities in which we work, we’re delighted to offer all Year 6 pupils from schools within 5km of one of our projects a free visit to our Parc Stormy HQ in Bridgend.

See our current list of projects and find out if your school is eligible.

Will you join the growing list of schools to visit us?

School Visits in 2023

What will you see at Parc Stormy?

All visits consist of a curriculum led, taught lesson from one of our sustainability experts, in our on-site Knowledge Hub. After learning about all the amazing technology we’re using to power a greener future, pupils will then get the chance to…

Go inside our sustainable eco house designed by Cardiff University

Walk through our 2,940 solar panels

Stand underneath a 100m + tall operational wind turbine

Look inside our state of the art minerals research lab

Learn how the food waste you put out each week turns into renewable electricity

Looking to find out more about what people in Wales are doing to help tackle the climate emergency?

Watch this series of films produced by charity Sustainable Wales and film company Mud & Thunder to find out more…

Episode 1

Episode 2

Episode 3

Our Current Projects

Mynydd y Gaer Wind

Mynydd y Gaer Wind is a key part of the Bridgend Energy Hub that will supply the power needs of up to 45,000 homes.

Parc Dyffryn

A unique renewable energy project, where solar power and nature will intertwine to help power a greener future for us all.

Ty'n y Waun Solar

Ty'n y Waun Solar is an innovative scheme that will bring a wide-range of benefits to Heol-y-Cyw and the surrounding area.

Manmoel Wind

An innovative wind scheme that will bring a wide range of benefits to the local Tredegar/Ebbw Vale area. The scheme will have a capacity of 25MW (or power for 20,000 homes), reducing carbon emissions by around 1.4 million tonnes over the life of the project.

Cardiff Airport

The new solar farm will provide the airport with electricity through the use of a private wire. It is estimated that the farm will provide a carbon reduction of approximately 20,508 tonnes over the next 25 years – a saving of roughly 860 tonnes per year.

Llwyncelyn Wind

A local community energy scheme in Rhondda Cynon Taf. In 2017, we were granted planning permission for two wind turbines to be installed at Llwyncelyn Farm, near Porth. We are delighted that work on installing the turbines will begin in 2023.

In June 2023, we were delighted to receive a commendation for Innovation in Delivering a Sustainable Education Facility at the Education Buildings Wales Awards.

The award was given in recognition of the pioneering work we are doing at Parc Stormy, providing opportunities for young people to learn about climate change & sustainability.

Ready to find out more and book your visit?

Get in touch with a member of our education team today…

“A very informative school visit that further enhanced the children’s learning and knowledge of renewable energy sources. The children thoroughly enjoyed visiting the eco-house and seeing the wind turbine, solar panels and Tesla batteries up close”

Coed Hirwaun Primary School Teacher