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Cottage Farm named as best

Cottage Farm named as best small scale renewable energy scheme in Cornwall
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 in

RECEIVING THE AWARD: Hungry Boy Tim Cresswell, Paul Sousek, Celia Sousek, Hungry Boy Thom Hunt, at the presentation of the award.
RECEIVING THE AWARD: Hungry Boy Tim Cresswell, Paul Sousek, Celia Sousek, Hungry Boy Thom Hunt, at the presentation of the award.
FOLLOWING previous successes at the Cornwall Sustainability Awards and as BBC Food and Farming Sustainable Farmer of the Year finalist, Cottage Farm, Jacobstow, has been named the Best Small Scale Renewable Energy Scheme in Cornwall at the Cornwall Renewable Energy Awards. Paul and Celia Sousek accepted the award from the ’3 Hungry Boys’ of ITV fame.

Cottage Farm do not have a vast array of PV panels on their roofs or land, nor do they operate a large and powerful wind turbine. All their renewable technology is on a relatively small scale, in appropriate proportion to the size of the farm and farmhouse.

So why did they win this award?

It is their ’whole farm’ approach to sustainability and the combination of various methods into one integrated whole, including heating, electricity, water, transport fuel and of course insulation and demand reduction measures.

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