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Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8ER, UK.
phone: 01654 703965
e-mail: info@ecodyfi.org.uk

Become a member of ecodyfi We want everybody in the Valley to join, so it only costs £1. Drop into Ty Bro Dyfi or send some stamps.

The information centre is open Monday to Friday between 10.00 and 3.00. You might even like to get involved in staffing it or in helping to run a project. Please come and see us!

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In the energy section

The Dyfi Valley Community Energy Fund fund exists to help reduce carbon emissions in the Dyfi Valley (to combat climate change) by helping people to be comfortable while using less energy

Who manages it?

A committee serviced by ecodyfi, with representatives from:

  • Glantwymyn Community Council

  • Bro Dyfi Community Renewables

  • CAT

  • ecodyfi

What funds does it have?

Annual dividends of several hundred pounds come from the Pantperthog / Cilgwyn community wind turbine in respect of shares bought by the Energy Saving Trust. £1,300 came in 2004.

Some light bulbs provided by Utility companies which we give away esopecially to households on low incomes.

Current & proposed actions

In the first year, the villages of Corris and Glantwymyn Community Council areas were targetted for energy advice and donations. The aim is to:

  • Increase take up of Home Energy Check

  • Give compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)

  • Hold talks at our own and other organisations' meetings, eg Corris, Cwm Llinau and Machynlleth

  • Run a campaign at Bryn y Gog including visits

  • Upgrade community buildings.

Graph showing energy consumption in PowysFurther information

Andy Rowland, Manager, ecodyfi. tel: 01654 703965.

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