Severn Wye Energy Agency Limited is a non-profit company and a registered educational charity. Severn Wye was established in 1999, and is one of around 300 European local and regional energy ‘demand management’ agencies.
Their aims are:
- The relief of fuel poverty and the preservation and protection of health by promoting the efficient use of energy and use of renewable sources of energy.
- The advancement of education for the public benefit in relation to energy conservation, energy efficiency and the use of renewable sources of energy.
Severn Wye Energy Agency tries to promote sustainable energy and affordable warmth through partnership, awareness-raising, innovation and strategic action. They achieve their aims by providing practical expertise for more energy efficient, sustainable living. They do this through developing solutions and projects for practical action, and by offering advice and training for all ages.
Severn Wye’s education projects include the Ashden award-winning secondary school project ‘Young Energy People!’, which gives pupils the power and know-how to report on their school’s energy use.
To find out more, please visit their website:
You can also have a look at the environmental education area of their website: