By harnessing the power of nature and being careful with the energy we use, the places we find special can be beautiful forever

The hydro turbine at Hafod y Llan farm in Snowdonia
The hydro turbine at Hafod y Llan farm in Snowdonia National Trust
Solar panels, used to power lighting, on the roof of Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre, Norfolk
We're investing in renewable energy National Trust Images/Robert Morris

Good Energy 

We're working in partnership with green electricity supplier Good Energy to build an energy future that will help keep the nation’s special places fit for generations to come.

Visitors walking in the garden at Plas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales
Plas Newydd is one of five pilot projects in our good energy programme National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Plas Newydd mansion powered by sea energy 

We’ve built the UK’s largest marine source heat pump so we can use the sea to warm up a Welsh mansion. It's part of our ongoing programme to use more renewable energy.

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