News archive: 2021
The Herefordshire Green Network, in collaboration with Caplor Horizons and with funding from the MCS Charitable Foundation, has developed an innovative online web-platform for local councils as an engagement tool for their communities.
Taking greener journeys across Hereford has become even easier and more accessible to the wider public with the introduction of the Beryl e-Bike. 30 Beryl e-Bikes are now available to hire from Beryl Bays across the city, as part of the existing b… read more on article: "New e-bikes will help power City’s green recovery"
The parish carbon calculator is now live! The Midlands Energy Hub, the Centre for Sustainable Energy, Exeter University, BEIS and parish councils from across England have developed a carbon footprinting tool that can be used to support local action.… read more on article: "Parish carbon calculator"
Herefordshire businesses and organisations can now apply for up to four cycle parking stands, totally free of charge. A free installation service is included. The scheme is provided by Herefordshire Council and managed by the cycling charity LifeCyc… read more on article: "Take a stand"
The Marches Renewable Energy scheme (MarRE) with funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) has enabled the completion of 10 projects in Herefordshire totalling £322,003, with grants of £159,093. Grant recipients to support installati… read more on article: "Solar panels and air source heat pumps "
Hereford is set to become a greener city thanks to 500 new trees being given to local residents, businesses, organisations, schools and colleges to plant in their gardens or on their land.. Read more about how to plant trees in Hereford