Working with our green energy partners, we’re making a difference at our special places across Wales. From stunning solar at Bodnant Garden and Chirk Castle to our holiday cottages that offer greenery, scenery and sustainability, we're harnessing the power of nature and going greener from coast to countryside in our castles and country homes.
Learn about how new technology is allowing us to protect a rare Bible more sustainably.
Plug in your electric vehicle and explore our mighty castles, beautiful beaches and glorious gardens in Wales. We have 36 EV charge points across Wales, all perfectly placed for a great day out.
Growing the latest renewable energy technologies at a historic garden.
Its over 700 years old but 2009 saw our castle being brought bang up to date with some 21st century green energy modifications.
Now generating more energy than it uses, the National Trust's Powis Castle in Wales, could be one of the first energy self-sufficient nurseries in Britain.
As well as being home to our farming scholarship, Llyndy Isaf, has played host to an array of cleaner energy projects in a bid to help make the farm more sustainable.
Penrhyn Castle, our last bastion of oil-power in National Trust Wales, switches to biomass heating.
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.
Find out how we're powering our places in Wales with hydro electricity.
Find out what we're doing to make our gardens sustainable for the future.
The waterwheel at Aberdulais generates green energy for the site as part of a ground-breaking hydro-electric scheme. So a tradition dating back 400 years or more goes on.
Families can enjoy greener holidays whilst helping our investment in renewable energy at our Welsh holiday cottages, protecting the environment around them.
Caring for 157 miles of coastline and more than 46,000 hectares of land, it’s important that we play our part for the environment in Wales. Hear what our Director for Wales has to say.
Working with nature to fuel our future and protect our special places
A Celtic land with an industrial past steeped in myth, legend, poetry and song. Croeso i Gymru.