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Inside Glanrhyd, the first solar 'eco hamlet' in Wales
by Steven Morris
The Guardian Translate This Article
6 January 2017
On 6 January 2017 The Guardian reported:
Most of the houses in the Welsh village of Glanrhyd are of traditional construction -- walls made out of hefty local stone, roofs of grey slate. They can get chilly when the winter winds whistle through the gaps. The six houses that make up the 'eco hamlet' of Pentre Solar look and feel very different. They are built using light, bright timber sourced from a nearby valley. The houses are carefully insulated, airtight and powered by solar panels. ... Western Solar's first venture was a solar farm, five miles from the eco hamlet. Doubts that it was sunny enough in this part of the British Isles (after all, the nearby village of Eglwyswrw made headlines last year after it rained for more than 80 days in a row) proved unfounded and the project thrived.
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