By harnessing the power of nature with green energy and renewable energy sources, the places we find special can be beautiful forever
Gibson Mill at Hardcastle Crags is completely off the grid. Find out how we manage our renewable energy and our plans for future green technologies.
At Stickle Ghyll in the Lake District we’re making our own electricity using a natural resource that we have plenty of – rain!
The West Lakes is celebrating the completion and commission of the first of its three hydro projects.
Wimpole Estate is going green having removed the oil-fired central heating system for the Hall and the Old Rectory Restaurant and installing a ground source heat pump using boreholes in part of the current car park.
We're using both traditional methods and modern engineering to reduce the impact we have on the environment. Find out how we're setting up renewable energy systems while preserving precious landscapes and working with BMWi to extend our network of charging points for electric vehicles across the places we care for.
We’re going greener. Find out about how we’re meeting our pledge to reduce our use of fossil fuels by 50 per cent by 2020, and our views on how climate change is affecting our places.
The once industrial Greenburn valley in Little Langdale is now the site of our newest hydro electric project in the Lake District.
We have to replace our antiquated central heating system but it's also a unique opportunity to find out more about the history of the house. Rather than close the house, we want to share our experiences and discoveries with our visitors.
The Greenburn valley has a rich industrial heritage, where people have been harnessing water power for centuries. Today, it's home to the National Trust's 50th renewable energy scheme in the UK.