Thank you to all who bought bonds in our bond offer. The offer is now closed and achieved or target of £200,000 (the offer actually raised £200,700).
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Our bond offer has been well subscribed, it has reached £185,900 of its £200,000 target so looking very likely to close early. If you want to invest in our turbine and get a 4% return and help us save carbon, please do hurry to put in your application via our Bond Offer page. Thank you […]
We’ve had a great response to our bond offer, 14 days in and the total is £123,600. The offer will close early once it reaches the target of £200,000 so if you want to invest in Ynni Teg and get a 4% return, and support community renewable energy, get your application in quick.
Our new bond offer is now launched. You can apply for bonds and get 4% interest, early withdrawal with no penalty, minimum investment just £100, but this bond offer closes on 27th May. Find out more on our Bond Offer page. Easy application via an online form. By buying bonds, you will be using your […]
We’re about to launch a new bond offer, this will enable us to repay some of our construction loans and will mean we can give more money to help support more community energy projects. The bonds will offer fixed 4% interest and will launch later this week. What out for further announcements. You can follow […]
The turbine has so far generated 3,357,429 kWh since commissioning (as of 10th April) and 570,334 kWh in the first 3 months of 2019. This compares to 670,158 for the first quarter last year, the difference mainly being a very windy January last year compared to this year. The turbine is maintaining a very high […]
Following an incredibly successful and productive year, YnNi Teg are proud to announce that we have made the shortlist of nominations for the Community Renewable Awards, which will be hosted on the 19th of October in Bristol. YnNi Teg will be in with a chance of winning the coveted Community Renewable Energy project Award, which […]
Now we have completed a full year of operation we can start to check our performance against our predictions. According to data published by the government here, wind speeds across the UK were about 5% below the average across the last 10 years (it has been a very calm summer as you can see from […]
The team here at YnNi Teg thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to host a photography competition in order to capture the essence of community energy and the renewables sector across Wales. There was an incredibly high standard of photos, but after some consideration we believe the following images came to the fore! The […]
Meidrim residents, Robert Minhinnick (red jacket), Robert Procter and Mali (left of plaque). Helen Williams (right of plaque) and guests standing in front of “Geraint Gwyllt”. Photograph credit to Roy Watkins https://www.roywatkinsphoto.com/ On Friday 21st September, Meidrim witnessed an unusual “naming ceremony”. Having bussed attendees to the turbine, Robert Proctor, from Community Energy Wales and […]