World-leading green power firm RES has unveiled a brand new website for its award-winning low-carbon headquarters.
Beaufort Court is built on the site of the old Ovaltine Egg Farm in Kings Langley, and is best known for its landmark wind turbine which towers over the nearby M25 motorway.
The headquarters complex is also a popular educational centre, and the new website, which went live on Friday, includes an interactive Energy Trail that allows visitors to get a detailed look at the range of renewable energy sources that power Beaufort Court.
There’s also a child friendly section called Lofty Finds a Home, telling the story of how the turbine came to be at Kings Langley, as well as live data based on each energy source used throughout the flagship office.
There’s a simple visitor application form, too.
Education officer Sandie Taylor said: “The old Ovaltine Egg Farm was converted into our beautiful head office 10 years ago and the old website needed an update.
“The new look Beaufort Court website is easy to use, clear, concise and speaks volumes about the local community within which RES operates.”
The firm will be offering free wind turbine tours on Saturday, June 15 – Global Wind Day. Refreshments will be provided and children are welcome.
Tours must be booked in advance and places are limited. To find out more and to book your place, call 01923 299247.
Visitors will be able to make a donation on the day to the Global Wind Day charity Renewable World, which is tackling poverty through renewable energy in East Africa, South Asia and Central America.