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Generation game

Avonmouth wind farm open day

Avonmouth wind farm open day

It’s only when you get up close to a wind turbine that you can really appreciate its scale. At Triodos Renewables’ Avonmouth wind farm, the blades alone are the height of Nelson’s column, and the whole structure would dwarf it, reaching 126 metres into the sky. Looking up from the base makes for an impressive sight for…


Upcycled cafe

How one couple are making green tracks on North Devon's Tarka Trail

Yarde Orchard has been meeting the refreshment and accommodation needs of cyclists on the Tarka Trail in North Devon for more than a decade.


Open doors at Avonmouth

New wind farm officially opened

Triodos Renewables is always looking for new ways to engage with, and listen to, the people investing in and living near our renewable energy projects. So on Saturday, June 7 we (quite literally) opened the doors of our new wind farm facility at Avonmouth – and more than 130 of you took us up on our invitation…


Zion Bristol

Social hub lifts community

It’s been two years since Zion was resurrected as a vibrant hub in the Bedminster community in Bristol.  From a cosy cafe and art classes to a monthly food market and lego mornings for kids, Zion Bristol is back at the heart of the local community, welcoming people of all ages.


Costing the Earth

Patrick Holden on the true cost of food production

Intensively farmed food may be cheap to buy, but ultimately we all pay a high price for its nasty consequences. Sustainable Food Trust founder Patrick Holden explains that to build a more sustainable farming system, we first have to account for the true costs of food production.