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SUNDANCE IS A NON PROFIT TAKING, WORKER OWNED CO-OPERATIVE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY
SUNDANCE PROJECTS

OTHER PROJECTS IN WALES
 
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SUNDANCE PROJECTS

Since our incorporation in April 2002, we have undertaken a considerable amount of work and engaged in many activities aimed at making use of renewable energy, which will help to reduce global warming and pollution, offering a better environment for our children and for us all, as well as providing energy security for the future and more local jobs.

Initially the majority of our work involved undertaking feasibility studies.  We are pleased that many of these have led to installations in line with our recommendations.  While our focus has recently been on the opening of our biodiesel production plant, we have also been able to work on installations for domestic and community projects.  A list of our projects is below, grouped according to the year of completion - for further information about any project, please click on the relevant link:

 

April 2002- March 2003

 

April 2003 - March 2004

 

April 2004 - March 2005

 

 
 

We would like to acknowledge the assistance of the following agencies in securing grant funding for some of these projects:

 

Action Earth:

www.csv.org.uk

Assembly Investment Grant:

www.wales.gov.uk     www.cymru.gov.uk

Awel Aman Tawe:

www.awelamantawe.co.uk

Brecon Beacons Solar Club:

www.breconbeacons.org:8080/breconbeacons/cac/solarclub

Communities First:

www.wcva.org.uk

Community Enterprise Grant:

www.foothold.org.uk

Co-operative Action:

www.co-operativeaction.coop

Co-operative Dividend:

www.co-op.co.uk

Energy Savings Trust:

www.est.org.uk

Enfys:

www.wcva.org.uk

Environment Wales:

www.environment-wales.org

European Social Fund:

www.esf.gov.uk

GreenHeat:

www.greenheat.org.uk

Spinout:

www.spinoutwales.co.uk

Swansea Environment Centre:

www.environmentcentre.org.uk

Welsh Development Agency:

www.wda.co.uk
   

 

 
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